Purdue football

The Purdue Boilermakers football group speaks to Purdue University in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) of school football. Purdue plays its home amusements at Ross– Ade Stadium on the grounds of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. The head mentor of Purdue is Jeff Brohm, the 36th head mentor in program history. The Boilermakers contend in the Big Ten Conference as an individual from the West Division. Purdue had most as of late been a piece of the Leaders Division of the Big Ten, yet moved toward the West Division in 2014 because of meeting development.

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Purdue football record

With a 608– 560– 48 record at the finish of the 2017 season, Purdue has the 48th-most triumphs among NCAA FBS programs. Purdue was initially named a Major College school in the 1937 season until 1972. Purdue got Division I grouping in 1973, turning into a Division I-A program from 1978 to 2006 and a FBS program from 2006 to the present. The Boilermakers have enlisted 64 winning seasons in their history, with 19 of those seasons bringing about eight triumphs or more, 10 seasons bringing about no less than nine wins, and one season with ten triumphs or more. Of those effective battles, Purdue has created five unbeaten seasons in its history, going 4– 0 out of 1891, 8– 0 of every 1892, 8– 0 out of 1929, 7– 0– 1 out of 1932 and 9– 0 of every 1943. The Boilermakers have won an aggregate of 12 gathering titles in their history; eight Big Ten Conference titles and four Indiana Intercollegiate Athletic Association titles.

Ace Football Hall of Fame

Four Boilermakers hold the recognized title of Pro Football Hall of Fame inductees.

Len Dawson – Quarterback (1957– 1975); HoF Class of 1987

Sway Griese – Quarterback (1967– 1980); HoF Class of 1990

Hank Stram – Head Coach (1960– 1974; 1976– 1977); HoF Class of 2003

Bar Woodson – Cornerback/Safety (1987– 2003); HoF Class of 2009

Purdue Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame

Since its establishment in 1994, the Purdue University Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame perceives those members that have raised Boilermaker sports into a standout amongst the most regarded programs in the country. Previous competitors, mentors and overseers are qualified for choice 5 years following their relationship with Purdue athletics. The following people have been enlisted into the Purdue Intercollegiate Athletics Hall of Fame for their commitments to the Boilermaker football program:

Bernie Allen

Mike Alstott

Otis Armstrong

Erich Barnes

Jim Beirne

Tom Bettis

Drew Brees

Pete Brewster

Lawrence Burton

Tony Butkovich

Dave Butz

John Charles

Rosevelt Colvin

Dr. Lloyd Combs

Gary Danielson

Len Dawson

Bounce DeMoss

Angel Dimancheff

Travis Dorsch

Jim Everett

Dutch Fehring

Bernie Flowers

Tim Foley

Bounce Griese

Stamp Herrmann

Cecil Isbell

Alpha Jamison

Leroy Keyes

Respectable Kizer

Matt Light

Lamar Lundy

Fellow “Red” Mackey

Felix Mackiewicz

Ned Maloney

Jack Mollenkopf

Elmer Oliphant

Mike Phipps

Duane Purvis

Dave Rankin

Dale Samuels

Jerry Shay

Bill Skowron

Elmer Sleight

Darryl Stingley

Hank Stram

Taylor Stubblefield

Leo Sugar

Harry Szulborski

Joe Tiller

Keena Turner

Sam Voinoff

Ralph Welch

Pole Woodson

Dave Young

Jim Young

Jeff Zgonina

Boilermakers in proficient football

Purdue has created a sum of 184 NFL draft selections. The following “Dynamic” and “Elite player” records represent over a wide span of time Purdue University football players that have taken part in the National Football League, the Canadian Football League, and the Arena Football League.

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Dynamic

As of September 2018, there are an aggregate of 13 Boilermakers recorded on group programs in the NFL, CFL, and AFL.

Ricardo Allen – S –  Atlanta Falcons

Ja’Whaun Bentley –  LB –  New England Patriots

Drew Brees –  QB –  New Orleans Saints

Anthony Brown – CB –  Dallas Cowboys

Gabe Holmes – TE –  Arizona Cardinals

Dennis Kelly –  OG –  Tennessee Titans

Ryan Kerrigan –  LB –  Washington Redskins

Jason King – OG – New England Patriots

Raheem Mostert –  RB –  San Francisco 49ers

Kevin Pamphile – OT – Tennessee Titans

Jordan Roos – OG –  Seattle Seahawks

Kawann Short – DT –  Carolina Panthers

Frankie Williams – CB –  Hamilton Tiger-Cats