Preparations are underway in West Lafayette for this weekend's homecoming game against Northern Illinois.
Purdue Police Chief John Cox said they're expecting more than 50,000 fans at tomorrow's game, so drivers need to be prepared to take their time while traveling through town.
Cox said this year, traffic patterns are different.
He said fans parking in the Gold Lot will receive a code that should make leaving the game a bit easier.
"That QR code when you use your smartphone and record it, it will give you the different outbound routes to that lot for post game so that you have a choice," said Cox.
Kickoff for tomorrow's matchup against the Huskies is scheduled for noon at Ross-Ade.
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