Purdue men's basketball broadcasts can be heard free of charge on our TuneIn page HERE.
Fans throughout the Midwest can follow Purdue men's basketball on the Purdue Sports Network, a division of Learfield and Purdue Sports Properties. The radio network consists of 27 stations, with WYCM (95.7 FM) in Lafayette.
Larry Clisby is in his 34th season as the play-by-play voice of the Purdue Boilermakers. Affectionately known as "Cliz," Larry brings a wealth of talent and experience to the broadcast. Additionally, he does freelance broadcasting work for Lafayette radio and TV and has worked several NCAA basketball regionals as a color commentator for the CBS/NCAA radio networks. Clisby also will serve as the host of the "Matt Painter Show" call-in show. Entering the 2016-17 season, Clisby has broadcast 1,056 Purdue basketball games.
Ralph Taylor is in his 11th season providing color commentary for home games. Taylor played for Purdue in 1967-68 and 1968-69 and was a member of the 1969 national runner-up team. The Indianapolis native is a past member of the Purdue Athletics Advisory Council and presently serves on the Big Ten Advisory Commission.
Rob Blackman is in his 12th season as pregame/halftime/postgame anchor. Blackman is also in his eighth season handling the color commentary duties for all Purdue road games. In addition to his basketball duties, he serves as the producer and pregame/halftime/postgame anchor for Purdue football broadcasts.
|PURDUE BASKETBALL RADIO AFFILIATES||Market||Station||Frequency|
|Fort Wayne||WKJG||1380 AM|
|Indianapolis||WNDE||1260 AM / 97.5 FM|
|Lafayette||WYCM (flagship)||95.7 FM|
|Michigan City||WEFM||95.9 FM|
|Mt. Vernon||WRCY||1590 AM|
|Peru||WARU||1600 AM / 101.9 FM|
|Salem||WSLM||1220 AM / 97.9 FM|
|South Bend||WHME||103.1 FM|
MATT PAINTER RADIO SHOW
On Monday nights beginning Nov. 28 (also Tuesday, Nov. 15), fans can tune into the Matt Painter Show to hear the coach break down games and discuss the Boilermakers. Larry Clisby hosts the hour-long program at 6 p.m. ET, which airs on the same stations that carry the Boilermakers' games. The show originates from the Stacked Pickle in West Lafayette and features call-in and live audience questions. The Stacked Pickle is located at 516 Northwestern Avenue #1700 in West Lafayette.
Fans also can click here to listen to the show via the Internet.