Ross Ade Stadium, West Lafayette, Indiana
Home of the Purdue Boilermakers since 1924 (then called "Purdue Stadium"), Ross Ade Stadium has been the home of the gold & black for almost 83 years. The Boilermakers have had some pretty good teams go through the tunnels, but none have won the National Championship, though many will claim that the 1966 Rose Bowl was good enough.
Ross Ade can hold roughly 70,000 screaming fans on those chilly Saturday afternoons in Autumn.
The Bermuda grass in the stadium will sure get some wear and tear this season, as both the Boilermakers and a semi-pro football team will both call Ross Ade their homes.