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Huskers sign balanced class

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Nebraska football coach Mike Riley says the Huskers’ new recruiting class understands what Nebraska is all about. Riley says there were no signing day surprises as the Huskers inked a class of 21 players. “We can give them a combination of things that almost nobody can match in terms of the life skills they are […]

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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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Romeo leads Huskers to sixth straight win

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Natalie Romeo equaled a school record with eight three pointers and finished with 30 points as the Nebraska women’s basketball team beat Wisconsin 75-62 in Pinnacle Bank Arena. It was the second time in two weeks Romeo the three point record. “Natalie was terrific tonight, and not just on the offensive end,” Nebraska Coach Connie […]

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Huskers women hope to add to win streak

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The Nebraska women’s basketball team bids for a sixth straight victory at home against Wisconsin. The Huskers are 5-3 in the Big Ten after road victories last week at Michigan and Purdue and with a victory against Badgers would match the fourth-longest conference winning streak in school history. Nebraska’s last six-game league winning streak came […]

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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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Shepard sets new mark in Husker victory

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Jessica Shepard became the first player in Nebraska women’s basketball history to record a 30-point, 20-rebound game to power the Huskers to a 93-81 win at Michigan on Sunday. Shepard, who tied her career high with 35 points and ripped down a career-high 20 rebounds, scored 23 points and had 15 rebounds in the second […]

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Shields big night leads the Huskers to an upset over Michigan State

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Shavon Shields matched his season high with 28 points, including 19 in the second half, as Nebraska picked up its fourth straight win, a 72-71 win over No. 11 Michigan State at the Breslin Center Wednesday evening. Shields was spectacular, hitting 12-of-20 shots from the field to lead three Huskers in double figures. Shields, who […]

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Heading in opposite directions, Huskers travel to face Spartans

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team looks for its fourth straight win Wednesday evening, as the Huskers travel to East Lansing, Mich., for a matchup with No. 11 Michigan State. Tipoff from the Breslin Center is slated for 5:31 p.m. The Huskers (11-8, 3-3 Big Ten) are coming off one of their best performances of the […]

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White’s double-double keys the Huskers past Illinois

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Nebraska continued its winning ways, shooting 53.6 percent in posting a 78-67 win over Illinois Saturday afternoon. The Huskers (11-8, 3-3 Big Ten) put four players in double figures, led by Andrew White III’s 21 points and 13 rebounds, as the Nebraska picked up its first win in Champaign since 1921. White scored 15 of […]

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Huskers look to build off win at Rutgers

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The Nebraska men’s basketball team will try to make it two in a row in the Big Ten this evening by hosting Minnesota. The Huskers snapped an 11-game conference losing streak with a lopsided 90-56 win at Rutgers on Saturday. “You need something to get you going”, said Husker coach Tim Miles. “It can be […]

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Dry spell costly for Huskers at #19 Iowa

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The 19th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes bounced back from a bad start and roared past Nebraska 77-66 in Iowa City. The Huskers raced out to a 10-0 lead but the Hawkeyes roared back and took control with a 12-0 run to close the opening half. Nebraska coach Tim Miles says a scoring drought late in the […]

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Huskers prepare for road test at #19 Iowa

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After opening the Big Ten race with home losses to Northwestern and Indiana The Husker men hit the road on Tuesday night to visit Iowa. The Hawkeyes are 2-0 in the Big Ten after wins over top ranked Michigan State and 14th ranked Purdue and they entered the nation’s top 25 this week at number […]

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Indiana Stars Shine Bright to Down Huskers

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Nebraska got 16 points from freshman Jack Mcveigh and had three others score in double-figures, but Indiana’s star duo were too much down the stretch for the Huskers. The Hoosiers used 24 points by Yogi Ferrell to pull away during the second half and held on to beat the Huskers 79-69 at Pinnacle Bank Arena […]

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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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Huskers tangle with UCLA in Foster Farms Bowl

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Nebraska looks to end a down season on a positive note Saturday night against UCLA in the Foster Farms Bowl. Husker coach Mike Riley says the off-season begins now and the game against UCLA gives them a chance to improve in two key areas that plagued them in a 5-7 regular season that failed to […]

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