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WBB Game #16, (L, 65-72), Thu, 1/13 @ #6 INDIANA, 5 PM CT, BTN-TV (Game Thread/Recap)

Red Don

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(Game Summary and Box Score)
The loss dropped Nebraska to 13-3 overall and 2-3 in the Big Ten, while Indiana improved to 13-2 and 5-0 in the conference with its 14th consecutive Big Ten regular-season win and eighth consecutive win over this season.
For the game, Nebraska hit 40 percent (24-60) of its shots from the field, including 6-of-20 (.300 three-pointers, while going 11-for-18 (.611) at the free throw line. The Huskers outworked the Hoosiers on the glass, 41-35, and won the the battle for second-chance points, 16-2.
Indiana answered with 42.4 percent (25-59) shooting, including 6-of-18 (.333) three-pointers, while hitting 64 percent (16-25) of its free throws. But Nebraska held Indiana to just 7-of-26 (.269) in the second half. The Hoosiers won the turnover battle 19-13, and outscored NU 12-8 in points off turnovers in the game.
..... Don't Miss it! .........
......... vs #6 INDIANA ........
........................It Should Be a Barn-Burner...........................

Nebraska will be looking to bounce back from its second Big Ten setback after suffering a 95-86 loss to then-No. 22 Iowa on Sunday at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln. The Hawkeyes shot nearly 62 percent from the field against a Husker defense that leads the conference in field goal percentage defense. Iowa's 95 points were 23 more than any other Big Red opponent had mustered this season.
• Nebraska leads the Big Ten in scoring margin (+23.1 ppg), rebound margin (+8.5 rpg), rebounds (43.9 rpg), defensive rebounds (30.5 rpg) and field goal percentage defense (.354)
• Nebraska ranks eighth nationally in scoring offense with 82.4 points per game.
Indiana heads into Thursday's game with Nebraska riding a seven-game winning streak after a 76-53 victory at Wisconsin (Jan. 5), following a 70-63 win over then-No. 6 Maryland in Bloomington (Jan. 2),. The Hoosiers have had seven days off from competition to prepare for the Huskers.
• The Hoosiers are hitting 47.5 percent of their shots from the field, including 34.2 percent from three-point range, while knocking down 74 percent of their free throws. They own a plus-16.4 scoring margin while leading the Big Ten in scoring defense (56.5 ppg) and ranking seventh in the conference in scoring offense (72.9 ppg). They also rank third in the Big Ten in rebound margin (+6.9 rpg).



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Broadcast TV: BTN
- Matt Schumacker and Meghan McKeown on the call

Radio: Husker Sports Network (@Huskers.com & Husker App)
- Play-by-play: Matt Coatney
- Analyst: Jeff Griesch
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Karaoke night, but I should be able to watch all of it. No need to get there early. It will be over by 6:00, my time.

It is so nice to watch them play. Win or lose, they work hard. I know, they will soon be ranked. They are going to take a lot of teams down, for sure. :) :Koolaid2:
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Red Don

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Attendance: 3477

Referees: Bryan Enterline, Kevin Pethel, Felicia Grinter

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