Category Archives: Husker Men’s Basketball

Huskers fall to Wolverines, NCAA hopes hang in the balance

Huskers fall to Wolverines, NCAA hopes hang in the balance

By Tommy Rezac All Nebraska fans can do now is hope that the other bubble teams lose. No. 4 seed Nebraska (22-10, 13-6 Big Ten) had a chance to perhaps clinch a berth to the NCAA tournament, but instead were suffocated by No. 5 seed Michigan 77-58 on Friday afternoon at Madison Square Garden. The Wolverines…Read more »

Miles talks Bench Mob, Big Ten tournament on Jim Rome show

Miles talks Bench Mob, Big Ten tournament on Jim Rome show

There have been many great stories surrounding the Nebraska men’s basketball team this year with the historic season that they’ve had, and one of the more amusing ones has been the ‘Bench Mob’ celebrations. Some have wondered where that all began, including CBS Sports Radio host Jim Rome, who had Nebraska head coach Tim Miles…Read more »

Palmer, Copeland land on All-Big Ten team

Palmer, Copeland land on All-Big Ten team

The Big Ten Conference announced its All-Big Ten men’s basketball team on Monday. Nebraska junior guard James Palmer Jr. earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from the conference’s coaches, while earning second-team accolades from the media. Palmer became the second Husker to earn first-team accolades from the Big Ten and the first since Terran Petteway in…Read more »

Huskers tame Nittany Lions on Senior Day

Huskers tame Nittany Lions on Senior Day

By Tommy Rezac LINCOLN – Nebraska’s tournament résumé is nearly complete, according to the metrics. According to the team, the criteria has already been met. “I feel like we should be in,” senior Evan Taylor said, who finished with seven points and six rebounds in his home finale. “I feel like we’re a team that’s…Read more »

Huskers overcome slow start, put Hoosiers away late

Huskers overcome slow start, put Hoosiers away late

  By Tommy Rezac LINCOLN – Both teams started slow, but it was Nebraska (21-9, 12-5 Big Ten) that proved to be the more efficient team down the stretch, outlasting Indiana 66-57 on Tuesday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena in front of 15,177 fans. The first half was sluggish, with both teams combining for 16…Read more »