Purdue-Indianapolis Extension basketball team late 1940s
When we said we wanted to outshine the other team, we didn't mean literally. - Adina Friedman
Not wishing to disclose his full identity, "Fred" disappointed the team by not facing the camera.
Basketball? I thought this was bowling practice!
The Purdue Extension “Biennials” were league contenders every other season when they would actually remove their comfortable warm up jackets.
Sure wish they would have given us something other than the left-over Astronautics Department space suit material for our uniforms. This stuff just doesn't breath.
Channeling a future Will Ferrell from a 2001 SNL skit when asked, "Why are your shorts SO short? " Our reply, "Why are long pants long? Why are bushes bushy? We don't know!"
When you blew the team budget on jackets but forgot to bring a sign.
"Come on fellas! If we win this next game, they might buy us some longer shorts for next season!"
No, I'm not going to smile, you made me wear these ridiculous metallic short shorts. I don't care if everyone else is. I said no, not going to do it!
Man, that was an easy win! How about something a little more challenging?
"Hey, guys. That wasn't funny. You said we were going to face the other way."
"Hey, make sure you get my good side!"
Guys, in 80 years, there's going to be a bunch of people trying to caption this photo before a crazy ice storm. Look your best.
“This way Bob. He does this on the court too. 🙄”
Me and the boys naming ourselves"Indianapolis Purdue Extention" on Kahoot, so when we get an answer streak it says Indianapolis Purdue Extention is on fire.
Don't you know? If First Year's show their face on camera, the team loses!
After his teammates exhausted the supply of Brylcreem, Frank turned his head in shame.
While the rest of the team was thrilled to have their photo taken in their shiny short shorts, Richard (in the middle of the back row) was thinking about what to make for supper that night.
That feeling when you realize the whole team is facing the camera but you are not and no one seems to care.
“Guys, speaking of extensions, from down here, we are definitely going to need to extend the length of these shorts!”
Leave it to "Sure-hands Shannon" to spill spaghetti on his dress uniform. Nice moves.
When we said we wanted to outshine the other team, we didn't mean literally.
In a show of support for his only African-American teammate, Team Captain Steve was the first to kneel in protest in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.