Purdue has new end zone design at Ross-Ade Stadium
A cool, new look isn’t everything of course.
But, it is something. Just ask Chip Kelly and the Oregon Ducks.
On Monday, Purdue showed off a fresh look of its own. Fans hope to see many Boilermaker touchdowns happen here:
New end zone design at Ross-Ade Stadium. #Purdue pic.twitter.com/vyyq1MM6mr
— Andrew Pogar (@AndrewPogar) August 27, 2018
Another look up the sideline:
Sideline swag for Thursday pic.twitter.com/AK1tn4xaAb
— mike carmin (@carmin_jc) August 27, 2018
Again, a new look can only mean so much. But, maybe it will help light a fire under the Boilermakers this season once the team enters the red zone. The team finished No. 91 in the country in scoring offense last season, averaging 25.2 points per game.
Purdue is scheduled to open its 2018 campaign with a Big Ten game against Northwestern. The contest is slated for an 8 p.m. start on Thursday at Ross-Ade Stadium and the entire country will get the chance to see what the Boilermakers can do as the matchup will be televised on ESPN.
The Boilermakers’ first four games of the 2018 season will all be at home before traveling to face Nebraska on Sept. 29.