The Purdue Boilermakers will look to improve from the 2011 season where they finished 7-6 and won their first bowl game in Danny Hope’s tenure as head coach. Now entering his fourth season with the program, Hope has an opportunity to win the Big Ten Eastern Division. Purdue has three experienced quarterbacks, a position that has been weaken by injuries in the last two seasons, a reasonable-looking schedule, and a division on a down year that will leave a conference title ripe for the taking. With NCAA sanctions at Ohio State, major changes at Penn State, and questions circling around Wisconsin’s key positions, this will be a season with the Boilermakers you won’t want to miss. Don’t wait and get your tickets today with Gold Coast Tickets!
The Purdue Boilermakers are based in West Lafayette, Indiana at Purdue University. The Boilermakers play at the NCAA Division I level and are members of the Big Ten conference. They have yet to claim a national championship but have a total of 12 conference titles in the team’s history. The Boilermakers enjoy a rich culture of football, including the All-American marching band that incorporates the world’s largest drum. There really is nothing like the intense atmosphere at Ross–Ade Stadium when the crowd gets going to the backdrop of the renowned drum line. Purdue is also known for its rivalries with schools like Indiana and Notre Dame, both intense in-state rivalries. For more information on the Purdue Boilermakers, visit their website at: http://www.purduesports.com/sports/m-footbl/pur-m-footbl-body.html.