Jeff Brohm’s Coaching Tree and History

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Jeff Brohm Hot Seat Status:
Still Laying the Foundation of the Program

Jeff Brohm
Head Coach at Purdue

2017 Season: 0-0
(.000%)
Last Game: Did not make a Bowl Game in 2016



0-0
(.000%)
Jeff Brohm has Coached at Purdue Since 2017


2017 Purdue Season 0-0
2016 Western Kentucky Season 11-3
2015 Western Kentucky Season 12-2
2014 Western Kentucky Season 8-5
2013 Western Kentucky ACH/OC (8-4)
2012 UAB OC/QB Coach (3-9)
Alma Mater: Louisville


32-24
(0.571%)
Jeff Brohm Career Coaching Record
See the Jeff Brohm Coaching Tree Below

True Hiring Score (THS)
38/100

*Jeff Brohm’s hot seat conversations start around 70
Jeff Brohm was preceeded by Darrell Hazell / Gerad Parker at Purdue 0.0 seasons ago

2015 Purdue Football Season: 2-10 (Expected: 5.3 wins | Grade: C-)

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Preseason
0
Week 1 L 41-31 Marshall
0
Week 2 W 38-14 Indiana State
-5
Week 3 L 51-24 Virginia Tech
-20
Week 4 L 35-28 Bowling Green State
-15
Week 5 L 24-21 Michigan State
-20
Week 6 L 41-13 Minnesota
-20
Week 7 L 24-7 Wisconsin
-20
Week 8 Bye
0
Week 9 W 55-45 Nebraska
-20
Week 10 L 48-14 Illinois
-20
Week 11 L 21-14 Northwestern
-22
Week 12 L 40-20 Iowa
-25
Week 13 L 54-36 Indiana
-25
Week 14 Bye
-25
Week 15 Bye
-25
Bowl Week Did not make Bowl Game

2016 Purdue Football Season: 3-9 (Expected: 5.5 wins | Grade: C)

Preseason
0
Week 1 W 45-24 Eastern Kentucky
-10
Week 2 L 38-20 Cincinnati
-10
Week 3 Bye
0
Week 4 W 24-14 Nevada
-15
Week 5 L 50-7 Maryland
0
Week 6 W 34-31 Illinois
-10
Week 7 L 49-35 Iowa
-30
Week 8 L 27-14 Nebraska • Fired Darrell Hazell on 10/16/2016
0
Week 9 L 62-24 Penn State • Interim Coach Gerad Parker
-5
Week 10 L 44-31 Minnesota • Interim Coach Gerad Parker
-15
Week 11 L 45-17 Northwestern • Interim Coach Gerad Parker
-25
Week 12 L 49-20 Wisconsin • Interim Coach Gerad Parker
-75
Week 13 L 26-24 Indiana • Interim Coach Gerad Parker
-75
Week 14 Did not play for Conference Championship • Interim Coach Gerad Parker/Hired Jeff Brohm
-75
Bowl Week Did not make a Bowl Game in 2016
Jeff Brohm’s True Hiring Score: 38/100

2016 Purdue Football Season: 3-9 (Expected: 5.5 wins | Grade: C)

Jeff Brohm’s 2016 Western Kentucky Recruiting Class: Ranked 101 (Last year’s 2015 Western Kentucky Class: 113)
2016 Western Kentucky Season 11-3

2015 Purdue Football Season: 2-10 (Expected: 5.3 wins | Grade: C-)

Jeff Brohm’s 2015 Western Kentucky Recruiting Class: Ranked 113 (Last year’s 2014 Western Kentucky Class: 90)
2015 Western Kentucky Season 12-2

2014 Purdue Football Season: 3-9 (Expected: 5.49 wins | Grade: C)

Jeff Brohm’s 2014 Western Kentucky Recruiting Class: Ranked 90 (Last year’s 2013 Western Kentucky Class: 96)
2014 Western Kentucky Season 8-5

2013 Purdue Football Season: 1-11 (Expected: 5.5 wins | Grade: D)

Jeff Brohm’s 2013 Western Kentucky Recruiting Class: Ranked 96 (Last year’s 2012 UAB Class: 99)
2013 Western Kentucky ACH/OC (8-4)

2012 Purdue Football Season: 6-7

Jeff Brohm’s 2016 Western Kentucky Recruiting Class: Ranked 99
2012 UAB OC/QB Coach (3-9)

Jeff Brohm has been the Head Coach at Purdue for 0.0 Seasons




The Jeff Brohm Coaching Tree


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How old is Jeff Brohm? 46 Years Old
How much money does Jeff Brohm make? Jeff Brohm Salary: $3,300,000
Jeff Brohm’s Coaching Tree is what essentially got Coach Brohm to the Purdue coaching job in the first place. It will be interesting if Purdue fans ever turn on Jeff Brohm in this cutthroat day in age of college football.

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Comments

  1. WasternKentucky

    August 20, 2014

    I did a bit more research on Coach Brohm and stumbled across his legendary career. This guy played professional baseball as well as a QB for over 7 years including a season in the XFL for the Orlando Rage! Can you imagine the females this guys has come across during his days in San Diego, Washington, San Francisco, Tampa, Denver, Cleveland, and Orlando! Granted he had to get through the trolls at Louisville but by the time he was drafted (twice) I’m sure he hit many more home runs than the 4 that were in the stat book in the Minor Leagues.

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