Purdue coach Jeff Brohm addressed the media on Monday morning, just a few days after the Boilermakers lost to Minnesota in controversial fashion.

The Boilermakers appeared to score a game-winning touchdown against the Gophers on Friday, but officials called it off due to a phantom offensive pass interference call. Purdue turned it over on the next play, so Minnesota won 34-31.

Brohm said he has heard from the Big Ten offices about the call but can’t share specifics. However, he did say everyone he’s talked to has agreed with his point of view.

Criticizing officials is against conference rules, so Brohm has to be careful here. Earlier this season, Ole Miss coach Lane Kiffin was fined $25,000 for retweeting a fan’s criticism of officials.

Still, it’s a crushing loss for Purdue. With a win, Brohm’s team would have been 3-1 and alive in the hunt for the Big Ten West title. Instead, the Boilermakers are 2-2 and much closer to last-place Nebraska.

Brohm said he won’t hear back from the B1G office about other plays until later in the week.

Purdue hosts Rutgers on Saturday at 4 p.m. ET.