"What a kicker (yes, a kicker) shows about the new direction of Purdue football"


"When Brohm took over the program, he inherited a team with several glaring holes and questions of depth across the board. The former Western Kentucky coach has aggressively targeted junior college transfers and graduate transfers as a means to find playmakers who can contribute immediately.

"When I took the job, without question, I was worried about the roster," Brohm said at Big Ten Media Days in Chicago. "I was worried about the talent level. I knew at some point we were going to have to do something to improve that.""