Chris Kramer's performance on Senior Night was nearly perfect.
The only thing that could top it for him would be helping Purdue win a Big Ten championship.
Kramer had a season-high 18 points and six assists in his final home game to help the seventh-ranked Boilermakers beat Indiana 74-55 on Wednesday night.
If Purdue wins at Penn State on Saturday, the Boilermakers will earn a share of the conference title. It would be Purdue's first regular-season championship since 1996.
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