He scored just three points in the first half, but the senior knocked down consecutive 3-pointers after in pulled within three with 15 minutes remaining.
With the lead whittled down to six, Isaac Copeland knocked down a triple and James Palmer Jr. slammed one through the hoop just before the buzzer to give Nebraska a nine point lead heading into the halftime break. Others to receive votes were Nebraska, second highest amount of votes with 36, Wisconsin (31), Purdue (16), and Minnesota (3).
Nebraska: The Cornhuskers' defense can challenge anyone in the Big Ten with its length and versatility.
The Cornhuskers (13-4, 3-3 Big Ten) have won two straight overall and three straight in the series.
Indiana: It was just a bad game for the Hoosiers, who never fully recovered from a lethargic start.
And the Cornhuskers never really gave IN a chance after scoring the first nine points. The Hoosiers answered with five straight points before Nebraska responded with a 16-2 run to build a 25-7 lead with nine minutes remaining in the half. He knows they need to get better quickly.
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Due to a confidentiality agreement, Mourinho did not directly discuss his time at United. Mourinho was sacked by Manchester United in December after a dismal start to the season.
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"It was just a very happy, nearly relieved team", Nebraska basketball head coach Tim Miles said.
Indiana: Sure, the bounces didn't go Indiana's way.
"Move the ball and get quality looks: Check". Indiana's 10-game home winning streak also ended.
When Nebraska missed 12 consecutive shots in the opening 20 minutes, Langford and Morgan teamed up to help cut the deficit to 26-20 with 70 seconds to go in the half.
Nebraska stretched its lead back to double digits in the opening two minutes of the second half before in scored seven straight points to pull within three at 35-32. The 15-point victory margin was Nebraska's largest in the series since a 38-18 victory in February 1920. IN simply struggled in every area of the game offensively tonight, whether it was being tentative around the rim, missing from behind the arc, or struggling from the free-throw line (11-of-19), the Hoosiers came up short.
One of the most pressing concerns facing Nebraska all year has been the lack of depth in its bench rotation.