Ross-Ade Stadium

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Ross-Ade Stadium
Location West Lafayette, Indiana
Opened November 22, 1924
Other Names n/a
Tenants Purdue Boilermakers (1924-present)

Ross-Ade Stadium is a stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana, on the campus of Purdue University. It is the home field of Purdue Boilermakers football. The stadium was dedicated on November 22, 1924, and named in honor of Purdue alumni George Ade and David E. Ross.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
College football October 20, 1928 Purdue Boilermakers vs. Wisconsin Badgers Program

See also

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