Purdue faces Vanderbilt and Indiana-bred QB Riley Neal

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Vanderbilt quarterback Riley Neal produced some of his best work on the football fields of Indiana.
He broke all the major passing records at Yorktown High School and led the Tigers to the first 11-win season in school history. He won the starting job as a Ball State freshman in 2015 and appeared to have the Cardinals poised for a turnaround season after going 4-3 to open the 2016 season. Then the injuries hit and Neal’s career bottomed out.
On Saturday, the Commodores hope their new starter can rekindle his old magic when he returns to his home state to face Purdue.
“He’s got to go into this ballgame knowing and understanding that his team needs him,” Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason said. “So let’s get to work. He’s a guy who’s mature enough to understand that.”
Perhaps a change of scenery will help the 6-foot-6, 225-pound fifth-year senior jump-start a career some believe could lead to an NFL job.
He needs to perform better than he did in his Vanderbilt debut last week, going 14 of 25 for 83 yards, no touchdowns,

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