Heat Means FB Gameday Changes
Sept. 21, 2017


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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Stay hydrated.

With a forecasted temperature in the upper 80s and a heat index in the 90s, that is the message Purdue Athletics reminds fans attending Saturday's football game against Michigan at Ross-Ade Stadium.

In addition, the following services and procedural changes to assist fans will be in place:

* Three hydration stations -- where fans may refill water bottles free of charge -- will be positioned at the following concourse locations: near the first-aid stations at Sections 111 and 119 and at Gate G.
* Misting tents will be set up near the first-aid stations.
* Fans are permitted to bring extra sealed bottles of water to the game.
* The following Purdue Athletics facilities will be open for fans who need to get out of the heat prior to the game: Brees Academic Performance Center (upper level), Mackey Arena and Mollenkopf Athletic Center.

Furthermore, nine additional water-only sales stands will be on the concourse. Bottled water is $3.

Anyone attending the game who is in need of medical assistance should alert Andy Frain Services staff or ask those around to signal for help.

The Boilermakers (2-1) host No. 8 Michigan (3-0) at 4 p.m. ET. Fans are encouraged to please enjoy the game responsibly.

About 4,000 tickets remain for the game.
 

 

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