A look at the 2017 Purdue football season
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Academic All-Big Ten.
Appeared in nine games, making five starts.
Completed 102 of 157 passing attempts (.650) for 1,103 yards and nine touchdowns with four interceptions for the year.
Rushed 42 times for 103 yards and two touchdowns.
Was 18 of 26 for 175 yards and two touchdowns vs. No. 16 Louisville on Sept. 2.
Completed 11 of 13 attempts for 236 yards and three touchdowns against Ohio on Sept. 8.
Went 22 of 28 for 187 yards and a touchdown at Missouri on Sept. 16. Also rushed for a touchdown.
Was 5 of 13 for 32 yards and caught a 24-yard pass from wide receiver Jackson Anthrop vs. No. 8 Michigan on Sept. 23.
Completed 6 of 10 passes for 59 yards and a touchdowns against Minnesota on Oct. 7.
Went 8 for 15 for 57 yards and a touchdown at Rutgers on Oct. 21.
Threw for 164 yards and a touchdown on 16 of 28 passing vs. Nebraska on Oct. 28. Also rushed seven times for 33 yards and a touchdown against the Cornhuskers.
Was 16 of 24 for 194 yards against Illinois on Nov. 4 before suffering a season-ending right ankle dislocation early in the fourth quarter.
Academic All-Big Ten.
Started all 12 games.
Led the Big Ten in passing average per game (279.3).
Completed 295 of 517 passes (.570) for 3,352 yards and 25 touchdowns with 21 interceptions.
Passing total was seventh in school history and touchdowns tied for fifth.
Rushed for 20 yards and four touchdowns on 80 attempts.
Was 25 of 43 for 245 yards and one touchdown vs. Eastern Kentucky on Sept. 3. Scored a pair of rushing touchdowns as well.
Completed 32 of 57 attempts for 401 yards and two touchdowns against Cincinnati on Sept. 10.
Went 21 of 30 for 300 yards and two touchdowns vs. Nevada on Sept. 24.
Completed 18 of 30 attempts for 132 yards and one touchdown at Maryland on Oct. 1.
Was 22 of 35 for 220 yards and one touchdown at Illinois on Oct. 8. Also scored one rushing touchdown.
Went 30 of 59 for a career-high 458 yards and five touchdowns vs. Iowa on Oct. 15.
Completed 25 of 43 attempts for 309 yards and two touchdowns at No. 8 Nebraska on Oct. 22.
Was 34 of 50 for 281 yards and two touchdowns vs. No. 24 Penn State on Oct. 29.
Finished 29 of 48 for 391 yards and four touchdowns at Minnesota on Nov. 5.
Went 21 of 36 for 184 yards and one touchdown vs. Northwestern on Nov. 12. Also scored a rushing touchdown.
Completed 14 of 30 passes for 206 yards and two touchdowns against No. 6 Wisconsin on Nov. 19.
Was 24 of 45 for 225 yards and two touchdowns at Indiana on Nov. 26.
Academic All-Big Ten.
Appeared in 10 games, making eight starts.
Took over as the starting quarterback in the fourth game of the season vs. Bowling Green.
Completed 169 of 293 passing attempts (.577) for 1,574 yards with 10 touchdowns and eight interceptions on the year.
Rushed for 94 yards on 67 attempts with four touchdowns.
Made first collegiate appearance as a reserve against Indiana State on Sept. 12.
Was 3 of 7 for 11 yards as a reserve vs. Virginia Tech on Sept. 19.
Threw for a then-career-high 340 yards and a pair of touchdowns in first start against Bowling Green on Sept. 26. Completed 29 of 39 passes with one interception against the Falcons.
Was 15 of 31 for 136 yard with a touchdown and an interception at No. 2 Michigan State on Oct. 3.
Finished 21 of 49 for 207 yards with a touchdown and three picks vs. Minnesota on Oct. 10.
Completed 15 of 31 passing attempts for 136 yards at Wisconsin on Oct. 17.
Named the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week after going 28 of 43 for 274 yards and four touchdowns, including a career-long 83-yard strike to DeAngelo Yancey, against Nebraska on Oct. 31. Also rushed for 82 yards on 10 carries against the Huskers, including a 56-yard touchdown, to become the first Purdue player to account for five touchdowns in a game since quarterback Curtis Painter did so against Indiana on Nov. 22, 2008.
Completed 29 of 47 attempts for 174 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions vs. Illinois on Nov. 7.
Went 26 of 45 for 287 yards with a touchdown and an interception at Northwestern on Nov. 14. Tossed a 68-yard touchdown pass to Domonique Young on Purdue's first offensive play from scrimmage against the Wildcats.
Was 3 of 5 for nine yards at No. 6 Iowa on Nov. 21 before leaving the game with a head injury.
Did not play against Indiana on Nov. 28.
Did not play.
Three-star prospect by 247Sports.com, ESPN, Rivals.com and Scout.com.
Named Elite 11 quarterback.
Four-time winner of Crimson Honor in football.
Week 10 Texas High School Player of the Week as a senior.
Two-time team MVP his junior and senior year.
Threw for 17 touchdowns as a junior.
Threw for 14 touchdowns as a senior.
Amassed 57 total touchdowns in high school career.
Totaled 5,800 yards in high school career.
Coach was Jay Cline.
Played for the same high school as former Purdue defensive end Ryan Russell.
Given name is David Marshall Blough.
Born July 31, 1995.
Is majoring in organizational leadership.
Enjoys magic tricks, ping pong, chess and golf.
Has volunteered for five mission trips to South Africa with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Selected to speak at the 2017 Big Ten Football Kickoff Luncheon and received a standing ovation for his speech on football as a microcosm of life.