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Snow blankets Ryan Field

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Purdue Boilermakers and the Northwestern Wildcats are expected to play at Ryan Field on Saturday in Evanston, Ill. But about 24 hours before their showdown, Ryan Field was covered in snow.

The white substance covered the Chicago area on Friday. The temperatures are below 30 degrees Friday night into Saturday morning.

Snow Clouds

Snow Clouds

There’s a good chance that snow sticks around for kickoff. The Weather Channel suggests that at around kickoff, the temperature will be around 37 degrees.

The kickoff of the game is slated for 7 pm. The Wildcats have a 6-3 record, while the Boilermakers, who are under first-year head coach Jeff Brohm, have a 4-5 record.

The Wildcats are averaging 28 points per game, while the Boilermakers are averaging 24.7.

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