Joe Tiller, Purdue’s all-time winningest coach, died Saturday morning at the age of 74.
Tiller had an 87-62 record during his tenure with the Boilermakers, which lasted from 1997 to 2008. He beat No. 15 Notre Dame in his second game as Purdue’s head coach en route to finishing No. 15 and winning the Alamo Bowl in his first season. Tiller also led Purdue to the 2001 Rose Bowl, the team’s first Rose Bowl appearance since 1967.
The program did not release details on his condition.
We break it all down in the AT&T Breaking News Report:
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