Purdue hasn't reached the end zone often this season, but that's probably a good thing, because according to the school's groundskeeper, there's a massive sinkhole in it.
Nvr a good start 2 a Monday, main line broke over the wknd w booster pump running. A turf managers worst nightmare. pic.twitter.com/RIKUVqwuOm— Purdue Sports Turf (@PUSportsTurf) October 3, 2016
The groundskeeping crew tweeted out photos of the sinkhole, and yeah.... that's pretty bad.
It's also a wonderful metaphor for Purdue's football program.
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The grounds crew will have some time to fix the problem — the cause of which seems to be addressed — Purdue's next home game at Ross–Ade Stadium is Oct. 15 against Iowa.