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Gold and Black Illustrated, Vol 26, Digital 6

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Gold and Black Illustrated is published to be delivered by mail every month (bi-monthly) in late August, October, December, February, April and June. Periodicals postage paid at Lafayette, Ind., and additional offi ces. Known offi ce of publication is 2605 Yeager Road, West Lafayette, IN 47906. GOLD AND BLACK ILLUSTRATED (USPS 010-447). Subscription rates: $57.95 ($62.05 for Indiana subscribers). Foreign rates: Available upon request. POSTMASTER: Send change of address form to: Gold and Black Illustrated, 2605 Yeager Road West Lafayette, IN 47906. Publisher assumes no responsibility for unsolicited manuscripts and photographs. All letters to Gold and Black Illustrated will be treated as intended for publication and are subject to Gold and Black Illustrated's right to edit and comment editorially. The Boilers, Inc. offi cers, shareholder, staff and contributors are not and never have been sanctioned by Purdue University. The views expressed do not represent those of Purdue or its employees. Football 10 'Fed Up' Boilermakers plenty motivated for turnaround 16 Offensive Preview Skill personnel could lead to big jump 24 Leading The Way Purdue looks to Markell Jones to carry load 28 Growth Spurt DeAngelo Yancey a matured man 32 Defensive Preview Will major scheme changes help? 40 Putting In Work Jake Replogle's motor runs on, off field 44 Special Teams Preview Lot rides on performance of freshman kicker Past and Future 48 Perfect Pair Pete Quinn, Jim Young have strong bond 56 Crash Course Freshmen give their thoughts on Purdue Opponents 60 Big Ten Preview East is loaded … again 64 Who's Up Next? Opponent-by-opponent breakdown Off The Tracks 6 From the publisher 7 Vs. 9 Editor's take 46 Depth chart 52 Recruiting update 55 NFL Boilers On the Cover The Boilermakers are counting on their leaders — such as cover subjects Ja'Whaun Bentley, Jake Replogle, DeAngelo Yancey and Markell Jones (from left clockwise) — to help them turn around their fortunes in 2016. Many players have said they're fed up with what has transpired in recent years. If there's a time to make a stand, it's now. Tom Campbell 2016 FOOTBALL PREVIEW ISSUE VOLUME 26, ISSUE 6 Defensive tackle Jake Replogle is an intimidating presence on the fi eld, and it's easy to see why. At a powerful 6-foot-5, 294 pounds, he's a handful for an offensive lineman, particularly because of his relentless motor. Tom Campbell

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