Purdue spring practice: Spring game analysis

Kyle Charters, GoldandBlack.com staff
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Tom Campbell

More: Defense wins

Purdue’s defense dominated the spring game on Saturday, more even than the final score of 45-30 would indicate.

It got to the QB — frequently — and turned the offense over a couple times, plus allowed only three touchdowns, two by the first-team offense, in 23 drives.

Following are our observations for the two-hour scrimmage — Purdue played 1s vs. 1s, 2s vs. 2s, rather than a normal game — in Ross-Ade Stadium:

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