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Last updated on Wednesday, September 5, 2012
(West Lafayette, IN) - Caleb TerBush is expected to start for Purdue Saturday when the Boilermakers face Notre Dame in South Bend.
TerBush was suspended for last weekend's season-opening win over Eastern Kentucky for violating team rules.
Robert Marve made his first start since 2010 and led the Boilers to a 48-6 win over the Colonels, throwing for a career-high 295 yards and three touchdowns.
Purdue head coach Danny Hope said on his weekly radio show that TerBush will get the start against the Fighting Irish provided he has a good week of practice.
Hope added that the decision to start TerBush does not mean he will get more playing time than Marve and that the Boilermakers' third quarterback, Rob Henry, is also expected to play.
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