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  Purdue quarterback Elijah Sindelar already has spent two weeks going through the concussion protocol. He's going to need better results this week to be cleared for Saturday's Big Ten opener against Minnesota. Coach Jeff Brohm indicated Monday that Sindelar suffered a setback late last week that could keep the Boilermakers' starter out for a second straight game. "We're still doing exactly what the doctors say," Brohm said during his weekly news conference. "I think he's making progress. We'll see how this week goes. Really last week we thought he was making progress Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, it wasn't until Thursday where some things popped up again, and that's where we had to start the process over."

Sindelar was injured on Purdue's final offensive play in a 42-24 victory over Vanderbilt on Sept. 7. Brohm acknowledged later Sindelar probably wouldn't have finished that game if the Boilermakers (1-2) had another possession. At the time of the injury, Sindelar led the Football Bowl Subdivision with 932 yards passing and was tied for the national lead in touchdown passes with nine. Doctors didn't clear Sindelar in time to face TCU the following week - and the difference was noticeable. Redshirt freshman Jack Plummer made his college debut in the 34-13 loss, going 13 of 29 with 181 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions and will likely start again if Sindelar can't play against the surging Golden Gophers (3-0), who have won five straight and six of seven - a stretch that began with last year's 41-10 rout over the Boilermakers. - AP College Fotball


(DS#55 QB) rSr/2020 QB Elijah SindelarPurdue
News Source: AP College Fotball


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