Purdue travels to Michigan on November 4th to take on the currently unbeaten Michigan Wolverines. This will be a rematch from last year’s Big Ten Title game in which Michigan took down our Boilermakers by the score of 43-22. It was the last game that Jeff Brohm coached before heading to Louisville.
Michigan again remains at the top of the standings in the Big Ten East with Purdue still struggling to find themselves in the first year under head coach Ryan Walters. It will be no easy task for the Boilermakers as they head to Ann Arbor to take on a team generally considered to be 1 or 1a in the nation right now, depending on who you ask. Well, today the conference released the kickoff times and television networks for these games.
The game will kick off under the lights at the Big House on NBC. This will undoubtedly be Purdue’s biggest test of the season but it will also be a real opportunity for this team. Playing at the Big House on national TV at night, you don’t often get those moments in life. Purdue will need to play mistake free perfect football in order to be competitive in this one, but hey, it could happen? Right?