Not much is going right for Purdue these days.

The Boilers came home after a 50-7 loss in hopes of focusing up and delivering a better effort in the second conference game of 2016.

But if Purdue plans on doing that, it might want to avoid practicing its own field.

Why? Well because there was a sinkhole in the end zone at Ross Ade Stadium on Tuesday morning:

The good news is that Purdue isn’t playing at home for another couple weeks. The sinkhole is expected to be fixed by the time the Boilers host Iowa for homecoming.

Based on how those two offenses looked recently, there might not be much activity in the end zone anyway.