Well, you can add this to the list of B1G things that don’t make sense. It’s getting quite long, isn’t it?

According to a report from the Purdue Exponent, students at Purdue will be able to attend regular movie nights at Ross-Ade Stadium during the upcoming weeks, utilizing the university’s new jumbo video board in the south end zone. This will be possible because the Boilermakers — as well as the rest of the B1G — won’t be playing football this fall.

So, if you’re keeping score at home, students will be permitted to use Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette for movie nights. But it’s intended purpose — playing football — cannot be done this fall.

It’s particularly interesting because the B1G presidents and chancellors voted by a tally of 11-3 to postpone the fall football schedule. Per ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg, the only three wanting to move forward with a season were Iowa, Nebraska and Ohio State, meaning Purdue voted to postpone.

The Purdue Exponent reports that a spokesperson said the movie night showings will be limited to 250 people total, including workers and volunteers. Attendees will be socially distanced while enjoying the movie on the big screen.