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How to watch Purdue vs. Northwestern: TV channel, live online streaming, game time, radio, betting line, more

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Northwestern football is 7-2. Purdue football is 2-7. The two programs, heading in entirely different directions, face off Saturday at Ryan Field in a November Big Ten matchup.

As Northwestern players mentioned earlier in the week, the Wildcats are not only in contention for a New Year's Six Bowl, but could become the first team in program history to win more than 10 games in a season.

The first step is beating Purdue on Saturday. Here's everything you need to know before kickoff:

Preview Links

- Every Week Is Hate Week. But it's impossible to hate Purdue. It's like beating up on a toddler in video games.

Three reasons why Northwestern will beat Purdue. Three reasons why Northwestern will lose to — no, that won't happen. Northwestern will win.

- Northwestern is still in the running for a New Year's Six bowl. But the Wildcats are also one loss away from falling to a far less attractive bowl destination.

- Are any of our writers picking Purdue? Nope. But some think Saturday's game will be close.

- Northwestern starting quarterback Clayton Thorson will play against Purdue despite picking up an injury against Penn State.

- Zach Wingrove profiled Northwestern defensive tackle Max Chapman, an outgoing senior who has "left quite the imprint on" Northwestern.

- Travis Miller of SB Nation Purdue site Hammer and Rails stopped by to help preview the game.

Video, notes and quotes from Northwestern's and Pat Fitzgerald's weekly press conference.

Three things to know about the Purdue Boilermakers.

- Northwestern linebacker Jaylen Prater is out for the season. Offensive lineman Geoff Mogus will also miss the Purdue game.

Northwestern's week 11 depth chart.

- Northwestern rose three spots to No. 18 in the College Football Playoff rankings.

- The Wildcats are also trending upwards in our Big Ten Power Rankings.

- Henry Bushnell and Ben Goren talked about Purdue for more than 19 minutes on Thursday's podcast. And they're still alive.

Broadcast Information

Game Time: 11 a.m. CT
TV: Big Ten Network
Online: BTN2Go
Mobile: BTN2Go mobile app
Radio: WGN AM 720, WNUR FM 89.3
Betting Line: Northwestern -14.5