Purdue Boilermakers say football coach Jeff Brohm has presumed positive coronavirus test

Purdue football coach Jeff Brohm had a presumed positive test for the coronavirus on Sunday, the school announced.

Brohm, who is at home in isolation, is undergoing a PCR test to confirm the results of an antigen test. He is expected to speak with reporters during his regularly scheduled Zoom call Monday morning.

The Boilermakers are scheduled to host Iowa on Saturday as the Big Ten Conference begins its virus-delayed, eight-game, conference-only season.

Brohm, 49, is entering his fourth season at Purdue with a record of 17-21. The former NFL and XFL quarterback is 47-31 overall as a college head coach.

Other major-college football coaches known to have tested positive for COVID-19 include Florida's Dan Mullen, Alabama's Nick Saban, Florida State's Mike Norvell, Arizona's Kevin Sumlin and Kansas' Les Miles. Saban was cleared to coach the Crimson Tide on Saturday, three days after a false positive test.

ESPN's Adam Rittenberg and The Associated Press contributed to this report.