NCAA Basketball

Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-2)


Sunday 11/19 Thursday 11/23 Friday 11/24 Sunday 11/26 Wednesday 11/29
vs. NorDak
W 92-70
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vs. UCF
L 59-68
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Neb 84 - 59 Marist
Final
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vs. LgBch
11:00 AM PT12:00 PM MT1:00 PM CT2:00 PM ET7:00 PM GMT3:00 PM 北京时间12:00 PM MST2:00 PM EST
vs. BC
6:15 PM PT7:15 PM MT8:15 PM CT9:15 PM ET2:15 PM GMT10:15 PM 北京时间7:15 PM MST9:15 PM EST

Gill, Copeland lead Nebraska past winless Marist 84-59

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. (AP) Nebraska made sure quickly that Marist could not get on a roll.

Anton Gill and Isaac Copeland had 17 points each, and Nebraska cruised by winless Marist 84-59 in a consolation game Friday night at the Advocare Invitational.

James Palmer Jr. added 15 points for Nebraska (4-2), which made 57 percent (34 for 60) of its shots.

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Leaders
Points: J. Palmer Jr.14.6
Rebounds: I. Copeland7.0
Assists: G. Watson Jr.3.0
FG%: J. Palmer Jr.43.1%
FT%: E. Taylor76.7%
3P%: No qualifiers
Steals: G. Watson Jr.1.6
Blocks: I. Roby2.2
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke6-0
2 Arizona3-2
3 Kansas4-0
4 Michigan State3-1
5 Villanova5-0
6 Wichita State4-1
7 Florida4-0
8 Kentucky5-1
9 North Carolina4-0
10 USC4-0
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke6-0
2 Kansas4-0
3 Villanova5-0
4 Arizona3-2
5 Michigan State3-1
6 Wichita State4-1
7 Florida4-0
8 Kentucky5-1
9 North Carolina4-0
10 USC4-0
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Big Ten Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
14 Minnesota 0-0 6-0
Illinois 0-0 6-0
Rutgers 0-0 6-0
Penn State 0-0 6-1
Ohio State 0-0 5-1
Maryland 0-0 5-1
Michigan 0-0 5-1
4 Michigan State 0-0 4-1
18 Purdue 0-0 5-2
Iowa 0-0 4-2
Indiana 0-0 4-2
Northwestern 0-0 4-2
Nebraska 0-0 4-2
Wisconsin 0-0 3-3
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 73.0 (226)
Rebounds: 14.4 (33)
Assists: 13.0 (232)
FG%: 39.3% (316)
FT%: 69.8% (187)
3P%: 30.0% (281)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 70.4 (150)
Rebounds: 26.4 (168)
Assists: 9.8 (37)
FG%: 43.2% (184)
FT%: 64.0% (50)
3P%: 34.2% (185)
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