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WBB Game #17, (L, 69-87), Thu, 1/16 @ MARYLAND, 7:00pm CT, BTN (tv) & Game Thread

Red Don

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Huskers Stopped at No. 20 Maryland

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Huskers Travel to No. 20 Terps Thursday

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Lady Huskers (13-3) (3-2), vs Maryland (12-4) (3-2)

Maryland leads the all-time series with Nebraska 11-0 (9-0 B1G), including an 89-63 loss in College Park last season.

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Lady Huskers return to B1G road action Thursday when the Huskers take on # 20 Maryland in College Park. Nebraska slipped to 13-3 overall and 3-2 in the Big Ten with a narrow 69-65 loss at Rutgers on Sunday in Piscataway, N.J. The Scarlet Knights improved to 14-2 and moved into a tie for first in the Big Ten standings at 4-1 with the win over the Big Red.

• Nebraska is No. 34 in the Massey Ratings. Ten other B1G teams are in the top 64, including: Indiana (9), Iowa (18), Northwestern (19), Maryland (20), Rutgers (24), Purdue (36), Ohio State (37), Michigan (43), Minnesota (52) and Michigan State (61).
• Through 16 games, Nebraska is allowing an average of 61.1 points per game (including 59.3 ppg in regulation).
• Opponents are shooting 35.3 percent from the field and 28.8 percent from three-point range against NU.
• Nebraska has held eight opponents to 55 points or less this season.

Scouting the Maryland Terrapins

• Maryland still features an explosive and experienced lineup with the same five starters back from both wins over Nebraska last year. All five are averaging double figures in points this year. However;

• Maryland has struggled with its consistency this season. The Terps have scored 90 or more points on six occasions (including four games with 105 points or more in non-conference play). However, Maryland has failed to score 65 points five times this season, including twice in its last four contests - an 81-58 loss at Northwestern (Dec. 31) and a 66-61 loss at Iowa (Jan. 9).

• In Big Ten play, Maryland is averaging 67.6 points per game after averaging 88 points per contest while going 9-2 in non-conference play. Maryland's losses came at the hands of current No. 1 South Carolina (63-54) and current No. 9 NC State (66-59).

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15 Year Member
Another tough road game. To start getting national respect, we need to earn it by winning this type of game (or at least push Maryland the entire way).

Massey calculates a ten point loss.



15 Year Member
Not planning to call anything on the Maryland pressure defense...even a body blow on a drive to the hoop after breaking the press was ignored.


15 Year Member
Whitish seems to lose focus at times. Just threw two bad passes in a row on the same press break, the second couldn't be tracked down. Maryland now up 19-14.


15 Year Member
Maryland on a roll. Husker TO, trailing 24-14 with 51 seconds to go in Q1. 12 straight for the Terps.