Nebraska Basketball News

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Mississippi State
Loss 59-66
Mar 14, 2018
NIT First Round

2017 Schedule

Northwood
W 80-62
Eastern Illinois
W 72-68
North Texas
W 86-67
@ St. John's
L 56-79
North Dakota
W 92-70
Central Florida *
L 59-68
Marist *
W 84-59
Long Beach State *
W 85-80
Boston College
W 71-62
@ Michigan State
L 57-86
Minnesota
W 78-68
@ Creighton
L 65-75
Kansas
L 72-73
UTSA
W 104-94
Delaware State
W 85-68
Stetson
W 71-62
@ Northwestern
W 70-55
@ Purdue
L 62-74
Wisconsin
W 63-59
@ Penn State
L 74-76
Illinois
W 64-63
Michigan
W 72-52
@ Ohio State
L 59-64
@ Rutgers
W 60-54
Iowa
W 98-84
@ Wisconsin
W 74-63
@ Minnesota
W 91-85
Rutgers
W 67-55
Maryland
W 70-66
@ Illinois
L 66-72
Indiana
W 66-57
Penn State
W 76-64
Michigan *
L 58-77
@ Mississippi State
L 59-66
* Game played at neutral site
Full Schedule

Big Ten Standings

SCHOOL
CONF
OVERALL
Michigan State
16-2
28-3
Purdue
15-3
26-5
Ohio State
15-3
24-7
Michigan
13-5
24-7
Nebraska
13-5
22-9
Penn State
9-9
19-12
Indiana
9-9
16-14
Maryland
8-10
19-12
Wisconsin
7-11
14-17
Northwestern
6-12
15-16
Minnesota
4-14
15-16
Illinois
4-14
14-17
Iowa
4-14
13-18
Rutgers
3-15
13-18
Date Set For Nebraska's Annual Meeting With Creighton
1 day ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Nebraska basketball only lost once at home last season. Could that, plus the return of most of the key pieces, be the key to the Huskers snapping a losing streak against Creighton?
Padding the Stats: A Hard Look at the College Basketball’s Rule Changes
4 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Staff writer Jacob Padilla offers his reaction to the changes made by the NCAA to the basketball recruiting calendar.
Nebraska Adds Junior College Forward Dedoch Chan for 2018-19
5 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska basketball made a late addition to its 2018-19 roster on Thursday as junior college forward Dedoch Chan committed to Coach Tim Miles during an official visit.
Husker Fans, and Huskers, Turn Out for Allen's Back-to-School Drive
10 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Through rain and shine, several members of the Nebraska men’s basketball program, led by sophomore guard Thomas Allen, gathered together on Saturday to make a difference in the Lincoln community.
Nebraska G Thomas Allen Giving Back to Lincoln Community
15 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Sophomore guard Thomas Allen is assisting both on the court and in the Lincoln community.
Padding the Stats: Jon Rothstein's Big Ten Breakdown
20 days ago by Jacob Padilla
CBS Sports' Jon Rothstein turned his attention to the Big Ten recently and offered his appraisal of the league in the form of a series of tweets.
Huskers Will Face Missouri State in Hall of Fame Classic
22 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska will take on Missouri State in the semifinals of the 2018 Hall of Fame Classic on Nov. 19.
Admission Granted
25 days ago by Chris Schmidt
Chris Schmidt, Mark Kraynak, Mike Schuchart and Jay Moore are on the road today with some big incoming transfer news for Husker football. Then the guys dive into the outgoing transfer news for the Husker men's basketball team as Jordy Tshimanga announced his decision to leave Nebraska.
Padding the Stats: Another Big Departure from a Husker Big
25 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The Jordy Tshimanga saga is the latest in a long line of Tim Miles' struggles to identify, recruit, develop and retain high school big men.
Jordy Tshimanga is Leaving the Program
26 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s front court took a hit on Thursday night when news broke that junior center Jordy Tshimanga is leaving the program.
How Former Huskers Fared in the NBA Summer League
27 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The annual NBA Summer League came to a close on Tuesday night and this year's event featured a pair of former Huskers in Shavon Shields and Tai Webster.
Heiman Uses Summer League to Hone Skills He'll Need as a Husker
28 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Incoming Nebraska freshman Brady Heiman just finished up a run in Omaha's Metro Summer League and Jacob Padilla caught up with him for an update on summer workouts and the season ahead.
Choose Wisely
1 mo ago by Chris Schmidt
Jacob Padilla joins the show to give us an update on recruiting for Husker hoops, Charlie McBride gives his pick for which team he would love to see Nebraska beat the most and Erin Sorensen dives into the conversations she's had with some players and what aspects they have emphasized within the team
Mailbag: Not One, Not Two, Maybe Three 500-Yard Receivers? Maybe
1 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
In a new mailbag, Brandon Vogel, Erin Sorensen, Greg Smith, Jacob Padilla and Derek Peterson tackle topics ranging from summer workouts and impact freshmen to receiver production.
Padding the Stats: Palmer Listed Among 20 Best in 2018-19
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Last week, Andy Katz, the former ESPN reporter and analyst and current NCAA.com correspondent rolled out his top 20 players returning to college basketball. I have issues with that list.
Padding the Stats: How the Huskers Handled This Year's Draft Class
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
This weekend's Padding the Stats column comes to you via a reader request. Eight players from the Big Ten got drafted in last week's NBA Draft; how did the Huskers handle those players this season?
Thorbjarnarson to Represent Iceland in U-20 European Championships
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska sophomore wing Thorir Thorbjarnarson is set to compete for the Icelandic U-20 national team, Shavon Shields will participate in the NBA Las Vegas Summer League and Jack McVeigh will return to the United States to play in a preseason NBA game with his Australian club.
Padding the Stats: Still Room for Veteran College Players in the NBA
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Sixty basketball players heard their names called at last week’s NBA Draft and 51 of them came from the college basketball ranks. None of them were Huskers, but there were several Big Ten players and one Omaha native selected and the trends from the draft can teach us a bit about college basketball.
What This Year's Draft Tell Us About Huskers' Pro Prospects
1 mo ago by Derek Peterson
With the NBA Draft having come and gone, let's address some areas of improvement a few key Huskers need to make in order to hear their names called at next year's NBA Draft
Hot Reads: The State of Hoops in the Cornhusker State
1 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
NCAA.com correspondent Andy Katz drops by Creighton and Nebraska to assess the state's growing hoops profile.
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