Jeff Brohm addressed several topics at his Monday press conference, including COVID-19, player injuries and the status of Purdue’s Week 3 contest vs. Wisconsin.

Brohm led off the presser by saying he expects to hear a final determination from the Badgers on Tuesday. Wisconsin canceled its Week 2 contest against Nebraska due to a COVID-19 outbreak.

Brohm said there’s no backup plan if Purdue’s game vs. Wisconsin is canceled. Last week, Nebraska tried to schedule a last-minute contest against UT Chattanooga but the Big Ten denied the request.

Brohm said he felt like daily testing in the Big Ten was going well, but it doesn’t eliminate the need for contact tracing.

Brohm also clarified the status of his own team on the COVID-19 front, saying that the Boilermakers didn’t have any active positive tests.

That could be significant for star receiver Rondale Moore, who has missed the first two games for an unspecified reason. Brohm added that he’s “always hopeful” to get Moore back.

Brohm provided a little bit of information King Doerue’s injury and discussed how the team can improve its overall depth:

The Purdue coach was happy with Alex Horvath’s running style in the Week 2 win over Illinois. Horvath rushed for 100 yards and a score in the victory. He also had two fumbles, but Brohm said one of them should have been overturned.

Brohm said Purdue’s punting job was “open” after starter Brooks Cormier had a rough game in Week 2 against Illinois.

Purdue and Wisconsin kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday.