PURDUE BOILERMAKERS INFORMATION:
Location: West Lafayette, Indiana
Stadium: Ross-Ade Stadium
Conference: Big Ten Conference
Rivals: Indiana Hoosiers (Old Oaken Bucket), Illinois Fighting Illini (Purdue Cannnon) Notre Dame Fighting Irish
Mascot: Boilermaker Special
Notable Alumni: Len Dawson, Bob Griese, Mark Hermann, Drew Brees
Recent Bowl Games:
Purdue first began playing football in 1887. The Boilermakers' football history is marked by regular success in the Big Ten. As of 2007, Purdue holds 8 Big Ten Championships. The Boilermakers have also played in 14 bowl games and produced 18 All-Americans. A few of the great players to wear the Purdue gold and black include Drew Brees, Bob Griese, Len Dawson, Mike Alstott, and Rod Woodson.
The Purdue Boilermakers play their home games at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana. The stadium holds 62,500 spectators and has provided Purdue with an incredible home field advantage. From 2000 to 2006, Purdue posted a home record of 47-16. Ross-Ade is a beautiful and comfortable environment in which to watch football, and yet it also manages to be a hellish experience for visiting teams. Buy Purdue Boilermakers football tickets today and watch these Big 10 stalwarts vie for a BCS bowl bid!
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Purdue Football Experience We had a fabulous time at West Lafayette. Of course, in great deal because the Hawkeyes won. Tailgating in Lot D - the golf course- was very nice. They give you a lot of room and ample facilities. One of the few places that I have been to that allow open fires (many do not allow charcoal!). Fans very friendly. Stadium is OK. Seats and facilities not as nice as Kinnick or Michigan but nicer than Ryan Field or Beaver or Ohio. Purdue All-American band is excellent! Stadium sound, scoreboard, etc also good. All-in-all a good experience - more of their own fans should show up and enjoy it! November 21, 2011