Michigan State
MSU Offers Tough Test, Family Reunion for Huskers and Fred Hoiberg
1 day ago by Jacob Padilla
Michigan State has lost four of its last five and has fallen out of the top 25, but Fred Hoiberg still sees the Spartans as an "unbelievably talented team" led by senior point guard Cassius Winston. Thursday's game wont be easy for Hoiberg and the Huskers - but it will be a family reunion of sorts.
Hot Reads: Mark Dantonio's Magic Ability to Balance the Wins Budget
15 days ago by Brandon Vogel
Mark Dantonio produced some of the best results in Michigan State football history. His teams also had a bizarre way of perfectly conforming to expected wins . . . eventually.
Padding the Stats: Nebraska and the Start of Big Ten Play
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska is about to begin Big Ten play in earnest, which means are about to get even tougher because the Big Ten did well for itself in the nonconference in terms of earning favor in the NET rankings.
Nebraska Falters Late on the Road, Loses 78-70 to Michigan State in OT
1 mo ago by Hail Varsity Staff
Sophomore guard Sam Haiby led four Huskers in double figures with 19 points, but Nebraska couldn’t close the door on the Michigan State Spartans on the road and dropped a 78-70 overtime loss.
Padding the Stats: Recapping the 2019 Gavitt Tipoff Games
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Jacob Padilla recaps the results of the fifth annual Gavitt Tipoff Games, an inter-conference class between the Big Ten and the Big East. The Huskers didn't participate in this year's event, but the Big Ten did go 5-3 with a few noteworthy performances.
Huskers Earn First-Ever Sweep at Michigan State
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
No. 6 Nebraska earned its first sweep at Jenison Field House on Wednesday night as the Huskers took down Michigan State for the second time this season.
Lessons in Progress and Trust from the Two Times Saban Faced NU
3 mo ago by Mike Babcock
Scott Frost's first game as Nebraska's QB came against Nick Saban's second team at Michigan State. Saban lost twice, big, to the Huskers but his response after those losses may have some clues as Nebraska tries to turn things around.
Defense Leads the Way in Bounce-Back Win for Nebraska
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
No. 5 Nebraska bounced back from its loss to Wisconsin with one of its best defensive performances of the season in a 3-1 win over Michigan State, holding the Spartans to a season-low .038.
Cook Turns up the Heat in Practice as Nebraska Prepares for a Michigan Weekend
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
No. 5 Nebraska suffered its second loss of the season last week in an uncharacteristic fashion, allowing Wisconsin to hit .376 in the Devaney Center. With two weekend matches, the Huskers have gotten a chance to get back to work on the practice court to make sure that doesn’t happen again.
Padding the Stats: 2019-20 Big Ten Basketball Conference Predictions
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Big Ten Media Day was last Wednesday, so Jacob Padilla is back with his early projections for how the conference standings are going to shake out this season.
Hot Reads: Two Weeknight Big Ten Games Could Get Interesting
5 mo ago by Brandon Vogel
Five Big Ten teams will be in action before we even get to the first full Saturday of college football. Here's a quick look at what you need to know about those games.
Power Ranking the Big Ten Quarterbacks in 2019
8 mo ago by Derek Peterson
Which Big Ten team has the best quarterback in the conference? Here's how we'd rank 'em.
Padding the Stats: Big Ten Players and the 2019 NBA Draft
9 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
A handful of Big Ten players – Isaiah Roby included – have yet to make their final decisions regarding the 2019 NBA Draft, and some of those upcoming decisions will have a significant impact on the Big Ten landscape for 2019-20.
Fred Hoiberg Ready to Bring Game Plan to Nebraska, Big Ten
9 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Speed, 3s and transfer recruiting was Hoiberg’s game plan in Ames and he executed it to great success. But that plan isn’t quite as unique as it was five years ago. Will it still work? Hoiberg and his staff believe so, even in a Big Ten that isn’t quite as progressive as many other conferences.
Padding the Stats: What's Next for Nebraska Basketball?
10 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
What kind of a coach should Bill Moos be looking for? What wins in the Big Ten? Jacob Padilla tried to answer those questions in this week's Padding the Stats.
3 Takes from Nebraska's Sweep of Michigan State to Open B1G Play
11 mo ago by Kyle Kardell
Nebraska wrapped up the opening weekend of conference play with a win. The Huskers completed the sweep of Michigan State with a 6-2 victory on Sunday.
Nebraska Completes Doubleheader Sweep Over Michigan State
11 mo ago by Kyle Kardell
Nebraska (10-7) walked away with a doubleheader sweep on Friday, taking Game 1 by a score of 4-1 and Game 2 by a score of 5-2.
Nebraska Opens Big Ten Play With 4-1 Victory Over Michigan State
11 mo ago by Kyle Kardell
Nebraska opened conference play with a 4-1 win on Friday in the first game of a doubleheader against Michigan State.
Run it Back: Glynn Gets Going Again
11 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Glynn Watson Jr. was feeling it on Tuesday, putting up arguably his best performance of the season. However, the Huskers didn't quite take advantage of that as much as they could have.
Nebraska Showed Some Life, but No. 9 MSU Too Much to Overcome
11 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska showed some life in the second half against No. 9 Michigan State on Tuesday night but it wasn’t enough to overcome an 18-point halftime deficit as the Spartans weathered Nebraska’s run and pulled away for a 91-76 win at the Breslin Center.
 
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