For the fifth consecutive offseason there is a search for a new head coach in the Big Ten. Purdue is looking for new guidance after head coach Dough Schreiber resigned after 18 years leading the Boilermakers. Purdue’s next coach will be tasked with leading a rebuilding effort as Purdue has suffered four non-competitive seasons, going 20-75 in Big Ten play since winning the 2012 conference championship. The Purdue’s 2-22 showing during the 2016 Big Ten season produced the lowest in-conference winning percentage for a team with at least 20 conference games played in Big Ten history.
A long road back to the top, here’s what’s known on the search.