Uh-oh, Morgan Burke mentioned lights. "I’m not going to say we’re going to do them, but we’d be silly not to look at it." #Purdue— GoldandBlack.com (@GoldandBlackcom) December 19, 2013
#purdue AD Burke will explore installing lights at Ross-Ade— mike carmin (@carminjc) December 19, 2013
And there was much rejoicing as Purdue finally decided to join the rest of the college football world in having permanent lights. Obviously this is not a definite announcement that the lights are on their way, but it is finally a step in the right direction as Morgan Burke sees the writing on the wall of 10 conference opponents with permanent lights and the three without them giving them serious consideration.
Burke told next #B1G TV contract to feature more prime time games. Part of reason to explore the possibility of lights— mike carmin (@carminjc) December 19, 2013
It makes the most sense to install these whenever the South End zone project gets underway. After all, if there is going to be construction at the stadium we might as well go full bore.
All I can say is that IT'S ABOUT DAMN TIME!!!!!!!!!