New (Temporary?) Purdue South end zone renderings

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  1. JP4CY

    JP4CY Well-Known Member

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  2. CyArob

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    No hot tubs?
     
  3. WhatchaGonnaDo

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    Looks like a cheap *** cabana
     
  4. Cycsk

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    Seems rather "small time."
     
  5. SC Cy

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    Holy Division II
     
  6. BringBackJohnny

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    Looks like someone is just giving up and going to sit back and collect their big 10 tv money.
     
  7. mj4cy

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    That is horrible.


    Are you having a nice lunch in a beer garden or are you at a football game?
     
  8. snowcraig2.0

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    wow, using that Big Ten money to the fullest.
     
  9. A-town Cy

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    Kansas' lazy boy recliners in their endzone approve.
     
  10. snowcraig2.0

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    Well now it doesn't seem so bad!
     
  11. DurangoCy

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    #Winning

    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -
    Fans who are young and young at heart should find the new Ross-Ade Stadium South End Zone Patio to be a sensational addition to their Purdue football game-day experience.

    Purdue Athletics Department officials today announced plans for the new space, which is being created after the bleachers were removed last month.
    The patio will be available to football season-ticket holders and Purdue students who have purchased the VIP Card. It will open one and a half hours before kickoff and close at the end of the game.
    Anchored by a 3,200-square-foot high-peak tent, the space will also feature several pergolas and an array of patio-style furniture, including tables with umbrellas. Fans will be able to purchase typical tailgate food and beverage, including beer and wine. Six 46-inch televisions will be mounted throughout.
    The Boilermaker Special, Purdue's official mascot, will park front and center of the 16,000-square foot area. The space will be gated, with four entrances - two on the east side and two on the west - with attractive landscaping, flags and banners that pay tribute to the Boilermakers' Cradle of Quarterbacks and Den of Defensive Ends traditions.
    Season-ticket and VIP Card holders will receive an access card that will permit entry to the area. Fans can enter via Gate A and Gate N from outside the stadium or from the bottom of sections 101 and 129 from inside the stadium. For a complete explanation of entry and access procedures, click here.
    Space is limited to 1,500 fans at a time.
    The South End Zone Patio is a temporary addition to Ross-Ade while athletics department officials continue to plan for a major renovation to the area in the coming years.
    The decision was made to remove the bleachers, which accounted for approximately 6,100 seats, in order to avoid necessary maintenance to the bleachers. The lower bleachers, which seat approximately 1,000 fans, remain.
     
  12. Stewo

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    Purdue fans are being Punk'd.
     
  13. CYCLNST8

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    They do say temporary. I would hope so, because it looks like a joke.
     
  14. CYphyllis

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    I don't see what the problem is. I also prefer my football to go with comfortable seating, flat screens and a drink.
     
  15. andybernard

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    Ashton ******* Kutcher
     
  16. 00clone

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    That is pretty Purdumb. Whoever came up with that is a Purdoofus.
     
  17. Clonefan94

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    They just need a couple bouncy houses in there and it would complete the look.
     
  18. Goothrey

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    True.
     
  19. Skidoosh

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    Purdue? More like Purdon't.
     
  20. klamath632

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    What's with the cardboard people in there? They don't have enough fans to fill up a beer garden picture?
     

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