Charlie Easley
Nebraska Guard Charlie Easley Transferring to South Dakota State
2 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The offseason attrition continued for Nebraska basketball on Saturday afternoon as Charlie Easley announced on Twitter that he is transferring to South Dakota State.
Nebraska Basketball Player Reviews: the Freshmen
3 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s season came to an end with a loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament. Nebraska’s roster will look very different next season, but it’s still worth looking back to see what worked and what didn’t in Fred Hoiberg’s first season in Lincoln. Our final look is at Nebraska's freshman class.
Nebraska’s Regular Season Ends with 107-75 Loss at Minnesota
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska’s regular season mercifully came to an end on Sunday afternoon as the Golden Gophers ran the short-handed Huskers off the elevated floor at the Barn in a 107-75 Minnesota win.
Huskers Want to Live by the 3, But They're Mostly Dying
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
This year's Nebraska team is the worst 3-point shooting team Fred Hoiberg has coached in his six seasons at the college level. Will the Huskers be able to turn that around in 2020-21?
Mack-Less Huskers Mauled By Wolverines
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Ball security was one of the big focuses in practice this week for Nebraska after a season-high 21 turnovers against Northwestern, but it didn’t show on Thursday as Nebraska fell at No. 25 Michigan 82-58.
Without Mack, Huskers Lack Execution in Loss at Illinois
4 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
The hits — and the losses — just keep coming for the Huskers. Cam Mack — dealing with an illness — didn’t make the trip to Champaign as Illinois outscored Nebraska 25-13 over the final 15 minutes to secure a 71-59 win over the Huskers on Monday night.
Nebraska Loves Charlie Easley Because He's as Nebraska as it Gets
4 mo ago by Derek Peterson
He says nothing bad ever happened by putting in a little extra work. Doubted before he got his chance at the Division I level, now it's that exact work ethic that has endeared Charlie Easley to an entire fanbase.
Huskers Hit Rock Bottom in Iowa City
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska had no answer on either end for Iowa as the Hawkeyes rolled to a 96-74 win in Iowa City on Saturday that wasn't even as competitive as the final score indicates.
Padding the Stats: Nebraska Calling for Competitors
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Coach Fred Hoiberg put out a call for competitors after Nebraska's loss to Penn State that featured a flat second half from the starters and main reserves. Could freshman Akol Arop be among those who rise to that challenge?
Listless Huskers Lose Seventh Straight with Sluggish Second Half Start
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska left all of its energy in the locker room at halftime as the Penn State Nittany Lions ran the Huskers off the court in the second half on Saturday night to hand Nebraska its seventh straight loss.
Run it Back: Nebraska's Eight-Minute Lull Against Michigan
5 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
In Nebraska's 79-68 loss to Michigan, the Huskers went from leading by two to trailing by 15 in the span of about eight minutes. After 27 minutes of mostly quality basketball, the Huskers fell apart. What happened? Jacob Padilla took a look at the film to break it down.
Nebraska Looks to Overcome Road Woes Against Rutgers
5 mo 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
5 mo 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.
Huskers Hang with Indiana Again, Come Up Short in 82-74 Loss
5 mo 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.
Freshman Guard Charlie Easley Placed on Scholarship
6 mo 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
6 mo 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?
Huskers' Pack-the-Paint Strategy Delivers a Win over Iowa
6 mo 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.
Huskers Close Out Nonconference with Strong Defensive Effort
6 mo 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.
3 Thoughts on Nebraska's 70-56 Win Against Purdue
6 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Nebraska started fast and closed strong to secure its first Big Ten win of the season, knocking off Purdue (6-4) 70-56 at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Sunday afternoon to improve to 5-6 on the year. Jacob Padilla has three thoughts on how it went down.
First Half Woes Too Much for Huskers to Overcome Against Creighton
7 mo ago by Jacob Padilla
Creighton ran Nebraska off the floor in the first half before cruising in the second for a 95-76 win over the Huskers in Omaha on Saturday afternoon.
 
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