Purdue has AC in their home locker room, but no AC in the visitor locker room.
This seems like a dirt bag move by Purdue.
Harbaugh had the starters sit in the team bus with the AC on, as opposed to the locker room.
Purdue is in the B1G and can afford AC in both. How common is this? It seems like there should be rules against it. If Purdue played us in late November in Ann Arbor, would it be okay to have the heat in their locker room just warm enough so the pipes don't freeze?