A familiar theme of Purdue's football season played out again Saturday.The Boilermakers showed they're good enough to compete but not good enough to win.Saturday's 40-20 loss to No. 6 Iowa was another road game where coach Darrell Hazell's team had its chances to break through, but didn't. They left more plays on the field, and the Hawkeyes took advantage and pulled away, clinching the Big Ten West division championship and staying alive for a spot in the College Football Playoff.Purdue was close again, but that's very little consolation at this stage of the season.
"We're overdue," said defensive tackle Jake Replogle, who registered two sacks and blocked a PAT. "We have the talent to do it, we have the coaches to do it. We need to make more plays and be consistent and do our job. The biggest thing is