Purdue vs. Northwestern: Game time, live stream, TV coverage

Tuesday November 10th, 2015

The No. 24 Northwestern Wildcats (7–2) will host the Purdue Boilermakers (2–7) on Saturday at Ryan Field.

The Wildcats are coming off a 23–21 win against Penn State, in which Jake Mitchell’s 35-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining in the fourth quarter sealed Northwestern’s victory. After starting quarterback Clayton Thorson went down with an injury in the first quarter, backup Zack Oliver took over and passed for one touchdown, while running for another in the win.

Last week, Purdue fell to Illinois, 48–14. The Boilermakers gained only 25 yards in the first quarter against the Fighting Illini, and completed the opening half with just 105 yards. Purdue finished the game with only 263 total yards of offense in the loss.

How to watch

Details for Saturday's game are below:

Kickoff: Noon ET
TV: Big Ten Network
Live stream: The game can be seen here.
Radio: For Northwestern affiliates, click here. For Purdue affiliates, click here.

Team schedules 


Sept. 5: vs. Stanford (W, 16-6)

Sept. 12: vs. Eastern Illinois (W, 41-0)

Sept. 19: at Duke (W, 19-10)

Sept. 26: vs. Ball State (W, 24-19)

Oct. 3: vs. Minnesota (W, 27-0)

Oct. 10: at Michigan (L, 38-0)

Oct. 17: vs. Iowa (L, 40–10)

Oct. 24: at Nebraska (W, 30–28)

Nov. 7: vs. Penn State (W, 23–21)

Nov. 14: vs. Purdue (Noon ET, Big Ten Network)

Nov. 21: at Wisconsin (TBD)

Nov. 28: at Illinois (TBD)


Sept. 6: at Marshall (L, 41–31)

Sept. 12: vs. Indiana State (W, 38–14)

Sept. 19: vs. Virginia Tech (L, 51–24)

Sept. 26: vs. Bowling Green (L, 35–28)

Oct. 3: at Michigan State (W, 24–21)

Oct. 10: vs. Minnesota (L, 41–13)

Oct. 17: at Wisconsin (L, 24–7)

Oct. 31: vs. Nebraska (W, 55–45)

Nov. 7: vs. Illinois (L, 48–14)

Nov. 14: at Northwestern (Noon ET, Big Ten Network)

Nov. 21: at Iowa (TBD)

Nov. 28: vs. Indiana (TBD)

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