Brohm, Boilermakers ready to take next step toward national relevancy

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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Jeff Brohm likes what he sees at Purdue.
The offense can rely on an experienced quarterback and a game-breaking receiver. The defense can build around a stout defensive line and some playmaking linebackers. There’s even a manageable schedule.
With that combination, it’s no wonder Brohm decided to stay.
“I’m sure people appreciate the fact that we’re sticking true to our commitment and we’re honoring that,” Brohm said. “I think it’s important that coaches, players, instructors have confidence that you do what you say you’re going to do.”
When Brohm was hired in December 2016, he promised to bring excitement back to a program built around a high-flying, high-scoring attack. And he delivered.
In his first two seasons, the Boilermakers reached consecutive bowl games for the first time in six years and won 13 games — only two fewer than the program had in the previous five seasons combined. So when his alma mater, Louisville, came calling last se

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