In his first season leading the Purdue Boilermakers, coach Jeff Brohm went 7-6 overall and 4-5 in Big Ten play.
Brohm was rumored as a potential candidate for the coaching job at Tennessee, but the 46-year-old stayed with Purdue going into 2018. The regular season of course hasn’t started yet, but spring practices are taking place across the country as teams try and gear themselves up for the fall.
On Saturday, Purdue held a scrimmage and Brohm talked with the media afterwards about position battles, injuries and much more:
.@JeffBrohm met with the media Saturday to discuss what he saw in the scrimmage today and to share his thoughts on the first four weeks of spring ball. #BoilerUp #LetsPlayFootball pic.twitter.com/2bljv5xW7l
— Purdue Football (@BoilerFootball) March 31, 2018
Purdue’s spring game is set to take place on April 7 at Ross-Ade Stadium. The game will be televised on BTN at noon ET.
Spring football practices opened up on Feb. 26.