Purdue's spring game on April 13 will be four quarters and played "rain or shine," according to a release from the school.
The game will start at 1 p.m., but gates to Ross-Ade Stadium will open at noon.
Though the game will be an actual game, consisting of quarters, it may have a running clock in the second half based on the number of plays run.
The release specifically mentioned that if there is lightning, the game will be delayed or possibly postponed. If the game can't be played in Ross-Ade, it will not be moved inside.
Last year, weather forced the "game" inside the Mollenkopf, where fans couldn't watch.
The teams will be decided during a draft on April 10. Rosters will be available on game day at concession stands.
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