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Purdue Wins Their First Bowl Game In 5 years

Purdue beat Arizona 38-35 in the Foster Farms Bowl on Wednesday night. Purdue almost blew a 17 point half-time lead, but thanks to some late game heroics the Boilermakers their first bowl victory since the 2011 Little Caesar’s Pizza Bowl.

Purdue quarterback Elijah Sindelar lead the Boilmakers a 75-yard drive that ended with a 38-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Mahoungou with 1:44 remaining for the game-winning touchdown.

“I just did not want to do that again,” Sindelar said about his interception in the opener. “I remembered that feeling, I was going to try to do everything I could to make sure we didn’t have to experience that again.”

Before the half Purdue got into field goal position with a trick kneel down play.

Purdue ended the year with three straight wins behind Sindelar to finish 7-6, the program’s first winning record in six seasons.

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