Purdue football has had a rough time in the last few weeks and quarterback David Blough isn’t making excuses for an offense that has struggled.
Blough met with reporters Tuesday, acknowledging that the Boilermakers are “not the most talented team in the country” and need to do the little things better. You can check out his full comments in the Twitter video below.
Purdue quarterback David Blough addresses the media
— Purdue Football (@BoilerFootball) October 24, 2017
Purdue got off to a hot start this season, playing a talented Louisville team surprisingly close in an opening loss then blowing the doors off SEC team Missouri 35-3 a couple weeks later. By that point, new head coach Jeff Brohm was garnering Coach of the Year attention and the Boilermakers looked liked they could make some noise in the Big Ten West.
Instead, the Boilermakers have now dropped three of their last four, including a loss to Wisconsin that will likely ice them out of the division race and an embarrassing loss to Rutgers. Part of the problem is the offense Blough co-leads with Elijah Sindelar, which is averaging 15.5 points in the last four games after averaging 28 points in its first three games. Sindelar has also been seeing more snaps than Blough lately.
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