"If Purdue loses, we'll see a more of the opposing team. You lose and you don't really want to dwell on it and stick around. If you win, you want to celebrate," said Matt Rose, a partner at West Lafayette's Nine Irish Brothers bar.
"We're not wasting time," Rose said. "We will be done with that process in probably three to four months where we will have actually have a car that's designed and then can go out to the marketplace. Then we will wait until the federal rule gets approved and then we will make the order."