Purdue's Brohm produces presumed positive COVID-19 test
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Purdue announced Sunday that head coach Jeff Brohm has produced a presumed positive test for the coronavirus.

"During Purdue's daily COVID-19 testing on Sunday, Oct. 18, head football coach Jeff Brohm returned a presumed positive result via an antigen test, we are awaiting confirmation via a PCR test," the team said in a statement. "He informed his staff and the team this afternoon and is currently at home in isolation."

The 49-year-old would become the first Big Ten head coach to test positive if the result is confirmed, and he'd join a growing list of FBS coaches who've contracted COVID-19:

The Boilermakers are slated to open their season Saturday against Iowa.

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Purdue's Brohm produces presumed positive COVID-19 test
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