Purdue football superfan Tyler Trent has become one of the best stories of the college football season.Trent was a freshman at Purdue this fall, until his battle with cancer forced him to leave school. His health has allowed him to make games over the last few weeks, though, and he was a big focus during Purdue’s dramatic blowout win over Ohio State in West Lafayette a few weeks ago.During that morning’s College GameDay, Tom Rinaldi profiled Trent, and he was interviewed again during the game from a box at Ross-Ade Stadium. After the win, he was let down to the field. The whole thing made for an amazing moment.Last weekend, hosting Purdue, Michigan State fans did a “cancer sucks” chant in honor of Trent.Tyler Trent is back at Ross-Ade Stadium for today’s Purdue football game against Iowa, and he led an awesome gesture.At the beginning of last season, Iowa fans began an awesome tradition called the “Kinnick Wave,” where fans at home games wave to the children watching from the hospital that overlooks Kinnick StadiumThe tradition has traveled a bit. Opposing fan bases have done it during games against Iowa, and Hawkeye fans even brought it to New York City for last year’s Pinstripe Bowl.Last year, Trent was in Iowa for the Kinnick Wave during Purdue’s game there. He called for Purdue fans to do it today.@TonyTrent10 and I had the honor of taking part in the wave last year and it is an experience I am forever thankful for. The least we can do is have @RossAdeStadium and the @rossadebrigade wave this Saturday. #BoilerUp pic.twitter.com/cfI8UEV0Vu— Tyler Trent (@theTylerTrent) October 31, 2018Purdue played a message from Trent explaining the wave on the video board, and Boilermaker fans made it happen.We’re pleased to have @TheTylerTrent lead us in joining @HawkeyeFootball in the Kinnick Wave from West Lafayette. ??? pic.twitter.com/RXYtmBHzK3— Purdue Football (@BoilerFootball) November 3, 2018After @theTylerTrent’s message on the video board, fans at Ross Ade wave toward Iowa Children’s hospital in honor of the tradition started at Kinnick Stadium by the Hawkeyes. pic.twitter.com/Kumcrr2rW4— atreya verma (@atreya_verma) November 3, 2018.@BoilerFootball and @HawkeyeFootball play at @RossAdeStadium. Both sides come together in the battle against cancer by supporting @theTylerTrent and @uiowa Children’s Hospital for the famous wave. #tylerstrong #cancersucks pic.twitter.com/22VqeeQs2F— Alice Kang (@AliceMyNBC5) November 3, 2018Purdue is having another great season under head coach Jeff Brohm, and Tyler Trent’s continued presence has made the program one that every across the country can support, even fans of Big Ten rivals.Purdue leads the Hawkeyes 21-10 in the second quarter.