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