After a short bout with Coronavirus, Purdue coach Jeff Brohm and special teams coordinator Marty Biagi are reportedly back with the program.

That’s according to Mike Carmin, who covers Purdue for the Journal & Courier.

Purdue announced that Brohm tested positive for the virus on Oct. 18. Per Big Ten policy, coaches who test positive are requited to be away from the program for at least 10 days.

As a result, Brohm missed the Boilermakers’ Week 1 upset victory over Iowa. A request to communicate with coaches on the sideline during the game from a remote location was denied by the Big Ten.

Brohm and Purdue now turn their attention to Illinois. That game will kick off at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday.