Jeff Brohm and Purdue are set for their 1st road game of the 2022 season. After dropping a 35-31 decision to Penn State and defeating Indiana State 56-0 at Ross-Ade Stadium, the Boilermakers look to improve to 2-1 as they travel to Syracuse for only the 2nd meeting between the 2 programs on the gridiron.

The Orange have outscored their opponents 79-21 over their first 2 games, topping ACC foe Louisville 31-7 at the JMA Wireless Dome on Sept. 3 before traveling to Storrs and leaving UConn with a 48-14 victory.

“We’ll have our hands full,” Brohm said on Monday, according to “Syracuse does a lot of things on defense to give you problems. They’ll give you a lot of different looks, a lot of athletes on the field, and challenge the offense to make plays and try to create mistakes…So we’re going to have to play well in all facets of the game in order to get a win.”

Brohm was asked what challenges playing in a domed environment would present the Boilermakers.

“I’ve coached and played there years ago, but the noise is always going to be a factor,” he said. “I really just think that the noise aspect for cadences and making sure that we don’t have many penalties that are costly that shouldn’t happen, but can happen in a loud situation. So, that’s something we got to work all week and make sure we’re prepared for that.”