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Purdue Boilermakers Basketball Panorama - Mackey Arena Panoramic Picture

Purdue Boilermakers Basketball Panorama - Mackey Arena Panoramic Picture

SKU: PURU4
This panorama, taken by James Blakeway, features the Purdue Boilermakers playing a Big Ten Conference men’s basketball game at Mackey Arena. A sellout crowd of 14,846 came dressed in black, and the circular venue provided the perfect backdrop for the “blackout” game. Purdue men’s basketball has a rich and storied tradition, holding the record for the most Big Ten championships, and Mackey Arena is widely regarded as boasting the most-spirited atmosphere with the most-enthusiastic fans in the nation.
Purdue Boilermakers Panoramic - Ross Ade Stadium Picture

Purdue Boilermakers Panoramic - Ross Ade Stadium Picture

SKU: PURU1
This panorama of Ross-Ade Stadium, taken by Robert Pettit, captures the excitement of a Purdue Boilermakers' football game. Nestled on the northern edge of campus, Ross-Ade Stadium is named after principal benefactors David E. Ross and George Ade. Ross-Ade Stadium opened in the fall of 1924 with a seating capacity of 13,500. After multiple renovations, the current capacity is 62,500. From 2001 to 2003, Ross-Ade Stadium underwent a renovation that made it one of the most attractive and fan-friendly facilities in all of college football. Located on 150 acres in West Lafayette, Indiana, Purdue University was founded in 1869 by philanthropist and businessman John Purdue. Presently, enrollment tops 39,000 students.
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Purdue University Boilermakers Panoramic Pictures

Purdue University Boilermakers Panoramic Pictures | Purdue Boilermakers Logo

Purdue University is home to the famous Purdue Boilermakers, representing the University in over a dozen varsity teams in NCAA Division I / FBS. Hailing from West Lafayette, Indiana, the school is among the most famous athletics programs of the Midwest, particularly for its men's basketball and football teams. Purdue is home to some of the oldest, longest-running teams in U.S. collegiate sports. This is all the more exceptional as it is one of very few collegiate athletic programs not funded by the University or through student fees.

Purdue basketball panoramas celebrate the team that has taken more Big Ten Championships than any other conference schools in U.S. history. Images from Mackey Arena celebrate a team who has sent dozens of plays on to play in the NBA, and capturing conference championships, NCAA tournament appearances, Sweet Sixteens, Elite Eights, and Final Fours - the most in college basketball history.

For over a century, Purdue football has made its mark on the nation. During home games at Ross-Ade Stadium, over 62,000 excited fans are captured cheering on their team to victory. Purdue football is within the top 50 NCAA Division I football programs in history.

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