Purdue coach Jeff Brohm offered a simple explanation for the Boilermakers’ struggles on the offensive line last week against No. 10 Penn State.

There are plenty of reasons to believe Indiana will have an easy time with Rutgers in its homecoming game Saturday at Memorial Stadium (noon, Big Ten Network).

Indiana State put forth its vision for its athletics during a presentation on Thursday. Included was a new baseball-softball facility, a basketball practice facility and either an on-campus football stadium or renovation of Memorial Stadium.

With pesky junior guard Nojel Eastern defending the ball on the perimeter and rim-protecting 7-foot-3 junior center Matt Haarms inside, Purdue projects to be a stronger defensive team in 2019-20.

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Sometimes it’s Jet’s Pizza. Other times its Domino’s or Little Caesars. No matter what, though, it’s one food item the Notre Dame offensive line eats on Thursday nights: pizza.

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One by one, the passes darted in. Pitch and catch. By the time Indiana redshirt freshman quarterback Michael Penix Jr. completed his 20th pass in a row at Michigan State, he had surpassed a school record and was closing in on a Big Ten record.

Notre Dame beating Bowling Green, 52-0, Saturday afternoon in South Bend didn’t surprise anyone. Some of the updates to the Fighting Irish record book, though, were a bit of a shock.

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