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Hazell sees different attitude at Purdue

CHICAGO Darrell Hazell sees it in the way his players walk.

"As they come to work every single day, there's a different Boilermaker walking around our facilities. I think our guys are walking around with a lot more confidence right now," Purdue's second year coach said Monday during Big Ten media day at the Hilton in downtown Chicago.

Confidence around the program has only increased. Being picked "Anadrol 50" to finish last in the West Division by a wide margin hasn't dampened the enthusiasm created in the last six months during offseason workouts.

"We've got to make sure we separate ourselves from last year's role and move forward," Hazell said.

His players are more than ready to embrace a new challenge. What happened last year, including allowing the most points in program history, is in the past.

"Funny thing about last season, it won't help you win a game this year and it won't make you lose a game," defensive end Ryan Russell said. "The goal is always Big Ten champs. That's what it is. Whether you have a good season or bad season, the goal doesn't change. Every year is special in its own way."

Running back Raheem Mostert has experienced the thrill of winning a Big Ten championship. In fact, he won a combined four sprinting titles in indoor and outdoor track seasons.

"I'm trying Masteron Cutting to get the guys ready to understand we're going to win games," Mostert said. "Once you get to a championship level, you want to win more championships."

Hazell's biggest message Monday was to emphasize that this year's team is different. Different in ability. Different in attitude. Different in "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" so many ways.

That's why the Aug. 30 season opener against Western Michigan takes on importance, probably more for Purdue than for any other Big Ten program.

"I want to make sure that our team comes out and competes in Game 1 to get us off on the right foot," Hazell said. "I think it's very important to understand that we're a different football team than "Anaboliset Aineet" what we were last year."

Hazell is also seeing it in his team's physical appearance.

"I thought we needed to get Big Ten strong, Big Ten big," he said. "I didn't think we looked last year like a Big Ten football team. I met with every single player on the roster and their position coach, and here's where we need you to be as we start the 2014 season, weight wise, strength wise. Almost to a man, they've made their goals."Hazell said tight end Gabe Holmes will be on the field when training camp starts Aug. 4.

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"Not really at all," Hazell said when asked if McGhee's departure changes the kicking and punting situation. "You saw (Thomas) Meadows and what Mesterolone Antidepressant kind of spring that he had. He had perfect ball "buy cheap jintropin online" placement, and that's big for us."

Along with Meadows, the roster features Paul Griggs and senior walk on kicker Ian MacDougall, a transfer from Wabash College.

The Westfield native made 15 of 17 field goals, including a career long 45 yarder, in 2013.

"He's going to factor in pretty quickly," Hazell said of MacDougall. "He'll compete for the kicking position. He's got a big leg. We've watched a lot of film on him. He's a guy that has a lot of college experience."

Fast and big

"The Boilermakers have one of the fastest players in college football in running back Raheem Mostert and one of the biggest junior college transfer Corey Clements, who is 6 foot 8, 400 pounds. Clements is expected to play right guard.

"Just watching him condition last Friday, I was very impressed with how he ran for 400 plus pounds. He's going to help us a lot," Hazell said of Clements.

Players to watch

The conference announced its fourth annual Players to Watch list Monday, consisting of five players from the East and West Divisions.