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Gold and Black Illustrated, Vol 26, Digital 5

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GOLD AND BLACK ILLUSTRATED OLUME 26, ISSUE 5 91 From Our Family to Yours... We Love the Boilermakers! Five Indiana Locations Lafayette Indianapolis Terre Haute Muncie Columbus NEW STORE 523 S. Earl Ave. CERAMIC • ENGINEERED HARDWOOD LAMINATES • MARBLE CARPETING Specializing in • Homes • Businesses • Churches • Schools Where Contractors Buy Their Flooring Builders! Call our Contract Department and ask for our Contract Specialist 3437 South Street 765-447-9393 800-403-6889 FAX 765-448-9978 Across from the Post Office GO BOILERS with a 16-minute clip featuring Hummel in a van picking up the likes of Danny Anthrop, Johnny Hill, Mary Beth Dunnichay, Ryan Kerrigan and others. In the spirit of Jerry Sein- feld's "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" and "The Late, Late Show's" James Corden's "Carpool Karaoke," Hummel delivered his guests to campus locations while singing to tunes on the radio. The video was filmed over four or five days and Kerrigan was even added at the last minute when he was in town for the spring game. "I can't sing and I can't dance and that is pretty evident in the video," Hummel said. "But it was fun to do." Hummel, who has expanded his role as a basketball analyst on the BTN, said the entire Golden Petes experience was really good for him. "I know if I want to grow in my career outside of basketball, I have to do things like this," Hummel said about his hosting duties but not his singing and dancing. "I was glad to be able to do it." Hummel just has to hope the nearly 500 people in attendance can wash away the audio of Kerrigan and Hummel belting out the Back- street Boys' "I Want It That Way." As out of tune as Kerrigan and Hummel were, Hill, who spent his fifth-year senior season on the men's basket- ball team, showed some melodic abilities while seated in the front seat with Hummel. "Everybody was a good sport in the process and that is why I think it worked," said Saxton, Purdue's di-

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