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Bowling Green at Purdue: GameDay Vitals

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Purdue's final non-conference game comes against a very dangerous MAC team.

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There is still football to play, and Darrell Hazell and company have a shot at redemption against a high-powered Bowling Green team. Matt Johnson leads the nation so far with 1,358 passing yards in three games and Bowling Green is the No. 1 passing offense in America. They are also 1-2 because they give up 236 yards per game on the ground and they are 120th out of 127 FBS teams by giving up 43.3 points per game.

So yes, there will be points. There will be more later in the week's preview, but here are your game day vitals:

Stadium

Ross-Ade Stadium (Built 1924)

Capacity

57,236

Surface

Bermuda Grass

Tickets

As low as $15 on Stubhub.

Kickoff Time

Noon

TV

BTN

Online Streaming

BTN2Go

Satellite Radio

Sirius XM Channel 84

Odds

Purdue by 1

All-Time Series

Bowling Green Leads 2-0

Last Purdue Win

None

Last Bowling Green Win

27-26 on 9/6/2003 at Purdue

Blog Representation

Hustle Belt

Weather

2014 Bowling Green Record

8-6, 5-4 MAC (won MAC East Division)

2014 Bowling Green Postseason

Won 33-28 vs. South Alabama in the Camellia Bowl

Coach

Dino Babers (9-8 in second year at Bowling Green)

Is T-Mill Attending?

Yes.