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Nebraska Looks to Overcome Road Woes Against Rutgers
2 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Dachon Burke Jr. and Kevin Cross Jr. had big games against Wisconsin on Tuesday, and Nebraska will need a similar effort and more against a physical—and ranked—Rutgers team at the RAC on Saturday.
Padding the Stats: Live with the 3, Die by the 3
2 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska's 3-point defense was terrific through the Huskers' first four Big Ten games, but its slipped in a big way over the past four.
Patience, Physicality Key as Huskers Prep for Game Plan at Wisconsin
5 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach Fred Hoiberg is looking for physicality and patience out of his team as the Huskers head to Madison to face Wisconsin while trying to avoid giving up the big runs that have cost them during their losing streak.
Huskers Hang with Indiana Again, Come Up Short in 82-74 Loss
7 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Round two against Indiana didn’t follow the exact script from the first game in Bloomington, but the Huskers still dug a big hole, rallied late and came up short at the end in an 82-74 loss to the Hoosiers at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Saturday night.
Huskers Hoping for a Home Crowd Boost in Rematch with Hoosiers
8 days ago by Jacob Padilla
After two straight road losses, Nebraska is back at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Saturday and is counting on a boost from the home crowd in the team's rematch with the Indiana Hoosiers.
Hoiberg Hoping for a Full, 40-Minute, Team Effort at Ohio State
12 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Physicality in the post and precise closeouts will be key for Nebraska at Ohio State on Tuesday as the Huskers look to avoid dropping their second straight game.
Huskers Hit the Road for Matchup with Northwestern
16 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach Fred Hoiberg said Jervay Green has responded well to his benching in practice this week as the Huskers get set to head to Northwestern to take on a short-handed Wildcats squad on Saturday afternoon.
Freshman Guard Charlie Easley Placed on Scholarship
16 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Lincoln Pius X graduate Charlie Easley is no longer a walk-on. Fred Hoiberg placed the freshman on scholarship after Friday's practice.
Padding the Stats: The Jervay Green Conundrum
16 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach Fred Hoiberg benched Jervay Green against Iowa and the move paid dividends in the form of a win over the Hawkeyes. The question now becomes where does that leave Green and Nebraska moving forward?
Thorir Thorbjarnarson Indispensable to Nebraska's Starting Lineup
18 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Thorir Thorbjarnarson's basketball IQ and growth as a shooter have made him an indispensable part of Nebraska's starting lineup as the Huskers have gotten off to a 2-2 start in Big Ten play.
Huskers' Pack-the-Paint Strategy Delivers a Win over Iowa
18 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Five Huskers scored in double-figures as Nebraska bounced back from a home loss against Rutgers to topple a short-handed Iowa team 76-70 at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Tuesday night.
Three Thoughts from Nebraska's 76-70 Win Over Iowa
18 days ago by Derek Peterson
A loud, hard-fought, entertaining-as-can-be, 76-70 win over Iowa on Tuesday night brought the Huskers back to even in Big Ten play. Staff writer Derek Peterson offers three thoughts on the win.
Hoiberg Wants More Physicality with Iowa Coming to Lincoln
20 days ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska is looking to up its physicality both inside and out this week with Iowa coming to town for a Tuesday night meeting.
Nebraska Falls 79-62 to Rutgers at Home
22 days ago by Derek Peterson
The Big Ten is a challenging league, but Nebraska wasn’t ready for it Friday night against Rutgers.
Nebraska Needs Yvan Ouedraogo to Come up Big in Big Ten Play
24 days ago by Jacob Padilla
The Big Ten is filled with talented big men, and in order for the Huskers to compete as they head into conference play, Nebraska is going to need the 17-year-old Yvan Ouedraogo to step up.
Huskers Close Out Nonconference with Strong Defensive Effort
28 days ago by Jacob Padilla
It wasn’t pretty (something you’ve probably read a lot this season), but the Huskers closed out the nonconference slate in victorious fashion, taking down Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, 73-52, at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Sunday afternoon.
Huskers Work Off Holiday Hangover Ahead of Sunday's Nonconference Finale
29 days ago by Jacob Padilla
With Christmas break—and all the holiday food that comes with it—firmly in the rearview mirror, the Huskers got back on the practice floor this week to prepare for their final nonconference game on Sunday.
Padding the Stats: Nebrasketball Year in Review
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Sunday will mark the final game of 2019 for the Nebraska basketball team, so this seems like a good time to look back at the year that was in Nebrasketball.
Low Energy Trumps Late Surge in Huskers' Loss to North Dakota
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
According to Fred Hoiberg, the Huskers got exactly what they deserved on Saturday evening as a lackluster effort from the tip led to a 75-74 loss to North Dakota heading into the holiday break.
Huskers Looking to Pass Final Test before Break
1 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Finals week at Nebraska is officially in the books, but the Huskers still have one more test on the court they need to pass before they can head home for break as North Dakota is coming to town for a Saturday evening clash.
 
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