It will be year three of the Darrell Hazell era at the helm of the Purdue Boilermakers, yet if you pay attention to preseason camps it will feel eerily familiar. Questions at quarterback, running back and an offensive line still a work in progress were features of this group back in 2013.
Here we are in 2015 and those same three issues face this team. That’s not exactly the sign of progress needed for the Boilermakers to get out of the basement of the Big Ten. However, fall camp is yet to come this season and progress is exactly the name of the game in August.
So many question at so many positions for an offense that has struggled in a transition away from the more spread look to a traditional power Big Ten offense. Has that transition finally taken hold or will it be the downfall of this program once again?
Let’s find out what the Purdue Boilermakers 2015 offense has in store for us.