Purdue's Brohm has presumed positive test for COVID

Purdue coach Jeff Brohm had a presumed positive test for COVID-19, the school announced Sunday.

In a news release, Purdue said Brohm returned a positive result via an antigen test, and he is at home in isolation while the school waits for confirmation from a PCR test.

Brohm informed his team and staff on Sunday and is expected to address the media in a teleconference call on Monday.

Brohm, 49, has a record of 17-21 at Purdue as he enters his fourth season with the Boilermakers. He is 47-31 overall as a college head coach, including his three-year stint at Western Kentucky.

The Boilermakers are scheduled to open their season at home against Iowa on Saturday.

--Field Level Media

10/18/2020 19:17

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