Purdue must improve on both sides of ball in matchup with Maryland

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Purdue coach Jeff Brohm has spent most of this season scrambling for answers on offense. Now he is trying to fix the defense, too.
“We need to start mixing things up a little bit more, need to be a little more creative,” Brohm said. “It’s got to be a constant and we’ve got to, you know, feel comfortable with it and roll with it.”
Three straight losses have put Purdue’s postseason plans in jeopardy and Brohm on the verge of his first four-game skid as a head coach.
It’s been that kind of season for the Boilermakers (1-4, 0-2 Big Ten).
They blew a late lead at Nevada in the season opener. Starting quarterback Elijah Sindelar missed Purdue’s third game with a concussion and suffered a broken left collarbone in the conference opener. All-American receiver Rondale Moore hasn’t played since hurting his left leg on the same play in which Sindelar injured his shoulder. And now major changes could be coming to an offensive line that allowed 10 sacks in last week’s loss at Penn State.
The bigger concern might be Purdue’s defense.
The Boilermakers rank last in the league i

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