The storm is unavoidable for Purdue Basketball.

Email arrived late Sunday night. Monday before #1 Purdue's Tuesday trip to Nebraska, Matt Painter and players would not be available for reporters.

In anticipation of a blizzard in Nebraska later that Monday, Purdue left early.

Despite arriving early, Purdue couldn't avoid the last storm as Nebraska shocked the #1 team in the nation on Tuesday night.

When Purdue loses, a storm inevitably follows.

After the 88-72 win over Purdue, Nebraska's football coach Matt Rhule and AD joined a crowd of students who jostled, sprinted, and leaped on the court.

"Our freshmen, sophomores, juniors have never lost a road game without a court storm," Matt Painter remarked. "Think about that.

"Even though road upsets are common in the Big Ten, especially early in the season, the #1 team losing is a lot to talk about. 

 This stance is common, as Painter noted. Losing is big for Purdue, especially in the last three seasons. Rarely happens.

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