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The Big Ten's best comes to Ross-Ade on Saturday.

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Gregory Shamus

After beating the worst team in the Big Ten (and yes, Illinois has to be the worst in the Big Ten) Purdue's reward is a home game against the top dogs in the conference. Michigan State is coming off of a big home victory against previously unbeaten Nebraska and has decent hopes of still making the College Football Playoff. Last season the Boilers went to East Lansing and pushed a stronger Michigan State team before losing 14-0. The Boilers missed a pair of field goals and gave up a defensive touchdown, so they at least gave the Spartans a good game.

With Purdue on a high after finally getting a Big Ten win and Michigan State coming off of a hyped home night game maybe a letdown is in order.

Stadium

Ross Ade Stadium (built 1924)

Capacity

57,236

Surface

Grass

Tickets

As low as $21.04 on Stubhub

Kickoff Time

3:30pm

TV

ABC

Online Streaming

WatchESPN

Satellite Radio

XM Station 192, SIRI 134

Odds

Michigan State by 22.5

All-Time Series

Michigan State leads 33-28-3

Last Purdue Win

17-15 at Michigan State on 11/4/2006

Last Michigan State win

14-0 at Michigan State on 10/19/2013

Blog Representation

The Only Colors

Weather

Click for full game report!

2013 Michigan State Record

13-1, 9-0 Big Ten (Big Ten Champions)

2013 Michigan State Postseason

Won Rose Bowl 24-20 vs. Stanford

Coach

Mark Dantonio (86-47, 68-30 in 9th year at MSU)

Is T-Mill Attending?

Yes!