WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Exponent) - A Purdue student said he will keep going to games because he loves Purdue football, but has been upset with the last two games in Ross-Ade Stadium.
"The most aggravating part about it is that I commit to go the game," Tyler Zook, a sophomore in the School of Management, said. "Then I get more and more frustrated as things get worse and I end up leaving."
Early in the fourth quarter of Purdue's 38-14 drubbing from Wisconsin, the Ross-Ade Stadium bleachers were emptier than they have been in recent memory.
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