Purdue Coaches Visit Fort

By Dean Pantazi

June 18, 2010 Updated Jun 17, 2009 at 12:01 AM EDT

(Fort Wayne) - The annual Purdue Bogey Buster Tuesday at the Pine Valley Country Club brought its usual array of Boilermaker coaches to play golf and meet and mingle with Purdue alums and fans.

It was football coach Danny Hope's first Bogey Buster, and he said to look for a continuation of the spread offense, with new wrinkles he will be adding, run by senior Joey Elliott at quarterback.

Former basketball coach Gene Keady, on hand with current coach Matt Painter coaching a USA national team, said he hoped the Boilermakers could add some size and shooting next season to an already potent attack.

And women's basketball coach Sharon Versyp says she plans to keep doing the aggressive recruiting that has landed Purdue one of the top classes in the nation.

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