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Purdue Boilermakers Football Tickets - Overview
The Purdue Boilermakers play Division I college football for Purdue University in the Big Ten Conference. The Boilermakers play their home games at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, IN. Purdue is coached by Danny Hope. The Boilermakers' main rivals are the Indian Hoosiers and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Purdue Boilermakers Football Tickets - History
The Purdue college football program began in 1887.The Boilermakers have won eight Big Ten Conference titles; the most recent was in 2000. Purdue is currently 8-7 all-time in Bowl Games. The Boilermakers' last bowl game was the 2007 Motor City Bowl; they defeated Central Michigan, 51-48 in the game. Purdue plays in three rivalry trophy games, the Old Oaken Bucket (against Indiana), the Shillelagh Trophy (Notre Dame) and the Purdue Cannon (Illinois). National Football League quarterbacks Drew Brees, Kyle Orton and Curtis Painter are all Purdue alums.
Purdue Boilermakers Football Tickets - Ross-Ade Stadium
The Boilermakers have played their home games at Ross-Ade Stadium since 1924. The 62,500-seat stadium is located in West Lafayette, IN. The stadium is named for David E. Ross and George Ade, the stadium's primary benefactors. Since 2001, 34 luxury suites and a 200-seat indoor club level have been added. There are also future plans to add an upper deck to Ross-Ade Stadium.
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