Category Archives: Husker Men’s Basketball

Rundown at the RAC – Huskers fall to Rutgers 76 to 69

Rundown at the RAC – Huskers fall to Rutgers 76 to 69

(Photo by Kenny Larabee) Shield your eyes, Husker fans. This one was ugly. The Huskers could not finish off the Scarlet Knights in Piscataway, falling to Rutgers 76 to 69. The body language said it all. Lots of slumped shoulders and eyes cast down at the floor from Nebraska’s players, who’ve just lost a gimme…Read more »

Huskers set to Meet Rutgers at the RAC

Huskers set to Meet Rutgers at the RAC

It might not technically be a must win game for head coach Tim Miles and his Huskers, but it’s the next closest thing. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights have just one win in the conference, however, it did come against a then ranked Ohio State squad earlier this month. For Miles, that’s just Big 10 basketball…Read more »

Huskers Have Home Win Streak Snapped by Spartans

Huskers Have Home Win Streak Snapped by Spartans

With their 70 to 64 loss Thursday night, Nebraska’s 20 game winning streak at home has come to a close, which was tied for the longest in program history. The Huskers began the game on a strong foot, generating a turnover and finding a basket at the rim by feeding Isaiah Roby in the paint.…Read more »

Huskers Dialed in for Test Against Big 10 Blue Blood

Huskers Dialed in for Test Against Big 10 Blue Blood

With the Indiana Hoosiers game on the horizon, the Husker’s hopes to win their first conference road game may have to be put on hold. The win against Penn State, although certainly promising for Tim Miles’s squad, is hardly a guarantee of success heading into Monday’s matchup against the Hoosiers in Assembly Hall. “It’s an…Read more »

Huskers Grind Out Victory Against Penn State, 70-64

Huskers Grind Out Victory Against Penn State, 70-64

Nebraska is now 12-4 on the season and 2-3 in the Big 10 after the Huskers held on to defeat the Penn State Nittany Lions, 70-64. It was a sloppy start for Nebraska. Midway through the first, they had already turned the ball over five times, helping the Nittany Lions to a five point lead…Read more »

Palmer Named to Pair of Midseason Award Watch Lists

Palmer Named to Pair of Midseason Award Watch Lists

James Palmer Jr. has been named to a pair of awards watch lists, the John Wooden Award Midseason Top 25 and the Lute Olson Award Watch List. The 6-foot-6 senior from Upper Marlboro, Maryland is averaging just over 20 points and 1.5 steals per game. According to a press release, Palmer is the first player…Read more »

Huskers Lose to Iowa 93-84, Drop to 1-3 in the Big 10

Huskers Lose to Iowa 93-84, Drop to 1-3 in the Big 10

Nebraska fell to Iowa in Iowa City 93-84, dropping their second straight Big 10 game. With the loss, the Huskers are now 11-4 overall. Nebraska never appeared to look in command throughout the contest, but with the help of James Palmer Jr., things appeared to be shaping up for Nebraska right before halftime. Palmer cut…Read more »