Purdue's Rondale Moore updates status ahead of Wisconsin game
Purdue wide receiver Rondale Moore hasn’t been at full strength over the last few weeks, but is assuring everyone he’s ready to go this weekend.
Moore hasn’t battled any serious injuries, but he has been nicked up recently. According to Gold and Black Illustrated, the freshman sensation will be his typical, explosive self this weekend.
“I’m 100 percent,” Moore told Gold and Black Illustrated.
— GoldandBlack.com (@GoldandBlackcom) November 15, 2018
Since his big game against Ohio State on Oct. 20 (170 receiving yards, two touchdowns), Moore has been kept in check. In the last three games, the freshman has recorded 74, 31 and 76 yards against Michigan State, Iowa and Minnesota, respectively. He’s scored just one touchdown in those games.
On the season, Moore has totaled 909 receiving yards and eight touchdown catches. He’s also recorded 1,720 all-purpose yards.
Purdue needs a big day from Moore this weekend against Wisconsin. It will be the Boilermakers’ final home game of the season and they sit just one win away from bowl eligibility (5-5).
The Boilers have not defeated Wisconsin since the 2003 season.