Purdue spring practice: Day 6 analysis

Kyle Charters, GoldandBlack.com staff
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After more than a week off for spring break, the Boilermakers resumed practices on Monday afternoon inside Mollenkopf.

Purdue hasn’t been outside yet this spring and maybe they won’t be until the game; it couldn’t have been Monday, after a storm passed through West Lafayette that dropped buckets of water and marble-sized hail.

The Boilermakers were in full pads for their two-and-a-half-hour session. Following are observations:

• Jeff Brohm wasn’t particularly happy with practice — watch the video to see for yourself — probably because the offense wasn’t sharp, turned the ball over and generally had problems consistently producing positive plays.

The issues aren’t new: Purdue doesn’t have enough playmakers on the perimeter and its offensive line is a work-in-progress. And those things — again — were at the forefront Monday. Examples:

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