The No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes (7-0) are back on the road Saturday to face Purdue (3-3).
The Bucks beat Minnesota 30-14 last weekend, while Purdue won 46-7 at Illinois.
The Buckeyes lead the all-time series 39-14-2, but have struggled in West Lafayette this century.
Purdue is 4-3 at home against the Buckeyes since 2000.
Yes, the Boilermakers have more wins over Ohio State this century than Michigan does.
Purdue’s luck has not been so good in Columbus. OSU has only lost once at home (1988) to the Boilermakers since 1967.
Here’s everything you need to know about this weekend’s game, whether you’re hitting the road for Ross-Ade or watching from home.
The game kicks off Saturday, October 20 at 7:30 pm Eastern.
TV & Streaming
You can watch the game on ABC, or stream it via the Watch ESPN app. Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit, and Maria Taylor are on the call.
The game will be carried live on the Ohio State Football Radio Network. Find your local Ohio State Football radio station here.
The highs on Saturday afternoon will be around 56, but it should be in the high 40s by kickoff time. As of Thursday morning, the forecast showed some scattered showers before kickoff, but it should be dry during the game.
Winds of 15-20 MPH are expected.
Ohio State is a 12.5-point favorite. That number opened around 14, so a decent amount of money has been coming in on Purdue throughout the week.
The Over/Under is 68.5.
If those numbers are both accurate, the Buckeyes should win 41-28 or so.
A handful of single seats are still available on Purdue’s website as of Thursday morning.
Once those are gone, or if you happen to need more than one seat, you can get in the door for just over $60 on Stubhub.
Seats close to midfield start around $110.
Ross-Ade Stadium Bag Policy
The bag policy at Purdue is similar to the one at Ohio Stadium.
- One bag that is clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and does not exceed 12 inches by 6 inches by 12 inches
- One one-gallon clear plastic bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
- Also permissible is one small clutch bag (no larger than 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches) – approximately the size of a hand – with or without a handle or strap.
You can find the complete bag policy here.
Parking is available for the public on the day of the game for $20. You can find a full parking map on Purdue’s website.