In the 2005-2006 season, with Purdue's top two players out with season-ending injuries (Carl Landry and David Teague), former walk-on Chris Hartley was moved into the starting lineup. Not only did he shoot horribly, score little, and play horrific defense, he also acted like every shot he hit was a game-winner. The team finished 9-19 partly due to his poor play. Even a freshman walk-on (Bobby 'Buckets' Riddell) outperformed him in far fewer games played. Hartley had the lowest PPG, field goal %, and 3 pt. % of any guard on the team, yet started the majority of the team's games.