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Huskers host #4 Maryland

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team is at home to take on fourth ranked Maryland. The Huskers will be looking to snap a two-game losing streak following an 89-74 loss at 21st ranked Purdue. Maryland is 8-2 in the Big Ten and trails Iowa and Indiana by a game in the loss column. “Probably the best […]

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Husker women prepare for Penn State

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The Nebraska women’s basketball team will try to start a new winning streak at home against Penn State on Tuesday night. The Huskers had their six game winning streak stopped with a loss at Rutgers and will be looking for the season sweep against the Nittany Lions. Natalie Romeo had 32 points as Nebraska won […]

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Creighton women host Villanova

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The Creighton women’s basketball team opens the second half of the Big East race this evening with a game at home against Villanova. The Blue Jays are 4-5 in the league race and 10-11 overall and will be out for the regular season sweep of the Wildcats after claiming the first matchup 65-62 at Villanova […]

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Huskers prepare for B1G road tests

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team will have a week to prepare for its next game. The Huskers return to action on Saturday with a visit to Purdue after having a four game winning streak snapped over the weekend with an 81-68 loss to Michigan. Nebraska is 4-4 in the Big Ten and must now prepare […]

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Investigation underway into bald eagle shooting

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Nebraska Game and Parks officials is investigating the apparent shooting of a bald eagle in extreme northeastern Nebraska. Game and Parks reports a citizen found the dead eagle Sunday in Cedar County, about three miles southeast of Yankton, South Dakota. It appears the eagle was shot the day it was found. Also found next to […]

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Goose Lake closed due to invasive species re-opens, for now

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A northeastern Nebraska wildlife management area has been re-opened to the public after being closed due to a heavy infestation of an invasive plant. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission closed Goose Lake Wildlife Management Area in September after a heavy infestation of Eurasian watermilfoil. Game and Parks took the action after the lake froze […]

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Concordia women prepare for GPAC showdown

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A pair of ranked teams collide in Seward on Saturday when Concordia hosts Dakota Wesleyan in a Great Plains Conference women’s basketball game. The Bulldogs are 13-4 and with nine wins in their last 10 games have climbed to ninth in the latest NAIA Poll. Dakota Wesleyan is ranked sixth and outscored the Bulldogs 25-10 […]

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Nebraska Lottery wants Powerball players to be responsible

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With the huge Powerball jackpot up for grabs, the Nebraska Lottery wants ticket buyers to know it’s just a game. Spokesman Neil Watson says you should play within your means. “It only takes one ticket to win and your odds of winning don’t increase if you buy more tickets,” Watson says. “We just want to […]

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Creighton falls at the buzzer

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Kris Dunn’s jumper at the buzzer lifted 12th ranked Providence to a 50-48 win over Creighton in Big East action in Omaha. Dunn’s game winner came just seconds after a layup by Creighton’s Maurice Watson tied the game. It was a struggle all game long for both teams on offense. Providence shot 29.6 percent while […]

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Creighton balance blows past Butler

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Creighton used a balanced scoring attack and blew the game open by outscoring Butler 25-10 in the third quarter as the Bluejays cruised to a 77-49 victory in Big East play. MC McGrory led Creighton with 15 points while Audrey Faber had 13 points and Bailey Norby added 10 as the Bluejays shot 47 percent […]

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Creighton opens Big East with win in NYC

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Senior center Geoffrey Groselle scored 22 points as Creighton opened the Big East race with an 80-70 victory at St. John’s. Groselle made nine of 10 shots in the game and over the last three games has connected on 25 of 27 shots from the field. He was one of four Bluejays to score in double […]

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Nebraska Squanders Double-Digit Lead in Big Ten Opener

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Nebraska (8-6, 0-1) built a 12-point second half lead over Northwestern Wednesday afternoon in their first Big Ten game of the season, but it wasn’t enough as Northwestern rallied to win 81-72. “It was just a really disappointing game. I thought our fans were great. It was a good college basketball game for a long […]

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Huskers open B1G race by hosting Northwestern

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team opens the Big Ten race at home this afternoon against Northwestern. The Huskers enter the league race with a record of 8-5. Under third year coach Chris Collins Northwestern is 12-1 for the first time since 1930 and the Wildcats are averaging just under 80 points per game. “Their guard […]

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Defense Spurs Husker Surge to Beat Prairie View A&M

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There was little comfort inside Pinnacle Bank Arena early in the second half, as Nebraska trailed win-less Prairie View A&M 34-33. Nebraska used defense to spur offense from then on out to close the game on a 48-16 run en route to a 81-50 win to close non-conference play.   “You’ve got to ride out […]

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UCLA seniors hope to go out with a win

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UCLA coach Jim Mora says while bowl games are enjoyable it is always tough to say good-bye to the seniors on the squad. The Bruins play Nebraska on Saturday in the Foster Farms Bowl and it will be the final game for the Bruin seniors who have led the program to four straight bowl games […]

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