WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — You could be sitting in the stands at Ross-Ade this season.
Well, it won't actually be you—it will be your picture!
Cardboard cutouts of fan's pictures will be placed in the stands. It will be at each game until the end of the season.
Then you have the option to pick it up or pay to have it shipped to you.
Students and members of the Boilermakers Kids Club pay $35.
Regular fans will pay $55.
The $95 option to have it signed by Jeff Brohm has sold out.
Purdue officials said it's a creative way to support the Boilermakers.
"It's a keepsake, you know, for the season, said Purdue Associate Athletic Director for Marketing and Fan Experience. "It's a way to remember it. It's also a way for some fans to honor family members who may no longer be with us and have them in the stadium one last time."
It's also a way to create memories of the 2020 season.
"It's a way to kind of commemorate a season," Peludat added. "The expectation is that this is the only year we'll ever have to do this. So, it's a way to kind of put it on your wall in your basement may be, and remember what 2020 was like."
The deadline has passed to get a cut out in the stands this Saturday.
You have until November 8th to order if you want one at Purdue's next home game against Northwestern.
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