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It’s Harambe Appreciation Week as Purdue takes on Cincinnati

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The Cincinnati Bearcats are coming to West Lafayette for the first time in program history this weekend to wrap up a home-and-home series that began in 2013. Yes, we still remember going into that Cincinnati game in 2013 with so much hope thinking that Hazell would turn things around, but it was a sign of things to come.

Hopefully, THIS game against Cincinnati will be a *good* sign of things to come for Purdue. Win this game, and Purdue could finish the non-con 3-0, and maybe start 5-0 depending on how Maryland and Illinois adjust to their new coaching staffs (so far, so good). Lose it badly and the negative train will come rolling down the banks of the Wabash.

Anyways, let’s hope Purdue wins this game. And I assume we’ll see plenty of Harambe costumes, signs, and memes this week and at Breakfast Club given that it is Cincinnati. RIP Harambe.

Opponent

Cincinnati Bearcats
Current Record: 1-0 (0-0 American Conference)

Stadium

Ross-Ade Stadium

Capacity

57,236

Surface

Grass

Tickets

Starting at $26 on Stub Hub, $18 on Seat Geek.

Kickoff Time

12:00 PM EDT

TV

BTN

Online Streaming

BTN2Go

Satellite Radio

Sirius XM Channel 84

Odds

Cincinnati 6 point favorites as of 1:15pm on September 5th

All-Time Series

Series tied 1-1.

Last Purdue Win

19-14 on September 2nd, 2001 in Cincinnati

Last Cincinnati Win

42-7 on August 31st, 2013 in Cincinnati

SB Nation Blog Representation

Down The Drive

Weather Forecast

Highs in the mid-70s with partly cloudy skies at kick off. Expect temperatures to remain in mid-70s with slight chance of rain throughout (As of 09/05).

2015 Cincinnati Record

7-6, 4-4 American Conference

2015 Cincinnati Postseason

Loss to San Diego State, 42-7, in the Hawaii Bowl

Coach

Tommy Tuberville: 4th season at Cincinnati with 26-14 record, 156-91 overall record as head coach.

Is the H&R Staff Attending?

Travis and Kyle will be in attendance.