WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The Big Ten Conference and ABC/ESPN has announced that the Sept. 14 Purdue football game against Notre Dame in Ross-Ade Stadium will start at 8 pm ET.
The game will mark the 36th night game (after 6 pm) played by the Boilermakers on the gridiron since 1935 and merely the eighth in Ross-Ade history.
"The energy in Ross-Ade Stadium on the night of September 14th will be awesome," head coach Darrell Hazell said. "We look forward to hosting an outstanding Notre Dame team and a standing-room-only crowd in The Furnace."
Purdue kicks-off the regular season on August 31 at Cincinnati.
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