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  • Husker’s basketball season is over

    The Nebraska Cornhuskers played in the opening round of the NIT Tournament on Tuesday night and after receiving a tough draw and opening up the tournament down at New Mexico, their season came to an end with a 83-71 loss to New Mexico. Playing in “The Pit” is never an easy game for an opposing...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 03-18-2009
  • Huskers beat the Buffaloes in a sloppy game

    It sure wasn’t pretty but the Nebraska Cornhuskers picked up their second road win in the conference on Wednesday night. The Huskers held a nice lead through the game but then seen it dwindle down late in the game before they were able to get out of Boulder with a 55-53 victory. The win in [.....
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 02-06-2009
  • Nebraska loses to Oklahoma State in overtime

    The Nebraska Cornhuskers lost to the Oklahoma State Cowboys 76 to 74 in overtime on Saturday afternoon. The game is a very disappointing loss for Nebraska as it drops them to 2-3 in the conference season. This is one of those games that Nebraska had to win to keep any chance of making the NCAA [...]...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-26-2009
  • Huskers battle in Norman but fall 72-61

    The Nebraska Cornhuskers basketball team traveled down to Norman, Oklahoma on Wednesday night to take on the fifth rated Oklahoma Sooners. Most people thought that the Huskers would get blown out but they actually impressed some people by leading at halftime and being in the game right down to the final...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-22-2009
  • Huskers suffer terrible loss to Iowa State

    Good evening everyone, hope everyone is staying warm during these freezing days. It was a cold night on Tuesday as the Nebraska basketball team lost on the road at Iowa State by the score of 65-53. The Huskers had hoped to go 2-0 in the Big 12 conference but cold shooting and mental breakdowns hurt ...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-15-2009
  • Nebraska opens up Big 12 play with 56-51 win over Missouri

    Nebraska got a big win on Saturday against the Missouri Tigers 56-51. The Huskers led by 14 at the half predominately based on shutting down the two big men for the Tigers. DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons would not be denied the entire game and scored a combined 19 points in the second half to [...]
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 01-12-2009
  • Huskers suffer bad loss to UMBC

    Nebraska lost to the Retrievers of UMBC (University of Maryland at Baltimore County) by a score of 66 to 64 on Tuesday night. The Huskers never led in the game and trailed big in the first half 37 to 21, but were able to trim the lead to lose by 2 in the end. This game [...]
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 12-25-2008
  • Huskers bounce back to beat IPFW 75-48

    The Nebraska basketball team beat IPFW (Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne) Saturday night 75-48 in front of a crowd of 4,860.  The crowds are normally small this time of year with students being gone, but being on a 2 game losing streak probably hurt the attendance a little also.  The Huskers came out sluggish...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 12-21-2008
  • Oregon State Bests Nebraska 64-63

    Nebraska lost to another Pac 10 team on the road Saturday night, this time to Oregon State, 64-63.  Nebraska was led by seniors Ade Dagunduro and Steve Harley, who combined for 29 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, and 5 steals.  Freshman Toney McCray and senior Paul Velander scored 13 and 9 points respectively...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 12-14-2008
  • Nebraska beats Creighton in an ugly 54-52 win

    Nebraska won an ugly game Saturday against Creighton 54-52.  This game was a tale of two halves, in the first half NU struggled to make baskets even when they had shots close to the rim.  There were multiple blocks by Creighton in the first half leading to Kenny Lawson getting 4 blocks in the game [...
    Posted to Nebraska Sports Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on 11-30-2008
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