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Ager nets 20, Suton posts career-high 12 to hold off Purdue

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) -- Carl Landry, redshirted last season
with a knee injury, marked his return with 28 points in Purdue's
92-60 exhibition victory over North Dakota on Friday night.

Landry, the Boilermakers' leading scorer in 2004-05, tore a
ligament late that year and underwent surgery in the offseason. He
tried to come back early last season but was unable to play and was
granted a medical redshirt.

He was 7-of-10 from the field and 13-of-15 from the free throw
line in Purdue's exhibition opener.

The Boilermakers took a 60-33 lead at halftime and were never
threatened by the Sioux, who play in Division II.

Marcus Green added 13 points and Chris Kramer had 12 for Purdue.

Emmanuel Little had 16 points North Dakota, which committed 32
turnovers.