CHICAGO – Huskers are still alive.
Nebraska upset 5-seed Maryland 69-61 on Thursday afternoon
James Palmer scored 24 sunglasses with a few heels. Glenn Watson added 19 points. Nebraska strangled Maryland, holding Terrapins up to 36 percent of the shooting from the floor.
-the second half point leads to six in the second. But Johnny Trubold provided an offensive, leading to a 3-point from Palmer.
Nebraska is now 18-15 a year and has won three straight games.
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Both teams prevented the goal from being scored in the first minutes. Nebraska has missed 8 of its first 11 shots and has been blocked three times by Bruno Fernando. But NU persecuted Fernando and Jalal Smith at low levels, having forced three early turns to take points 11-10 with 12 minutes in the first half.
Trueblood buried the corner of the 3rd pointer, said something a little on the lobby of Maryland, and pumped a bit of life into Husker's crime.
After the Maryland seized him to 14, Roby Dunk began to run 13-2 to climb 30-17. Palmer scored 14 in the first half, and 4 in 4 on the floor.
Since the assembly was built, Nebraska fell into the area thrown by Maryland. Terrapins shot 29 percent of the floor in the first half and scored 20 low season. Fernando was thrown at the block, and when he did it, Terps made 2 out of 9 3 pointers.
Watson jumper, then steal a buzzer, putting Nebraska at 32-20 in half. Nebraska has made seven of her last nine shots in half.
Maryland quickly shifted to an advantage by making a third foul on both Tanner Borhardt and Brady Hayman and making a free-kick. Nebraska began the second half 1 to 10 from the floor, and put it on the jumpers behind the arc, and not the points in the paint. Dunk Dorril Morcel finished the 7-0 victory, which reduced him to 35-30
Nebraska came out of the timeout, and Palmer took on the second consecutive day. Top-up-put NU up 11, which he followed with a one-on-one. A step back from three pointers from Watson returned to 14, closing 9-0. Maryland did not hit more than three minutes in this range.
Return from Robie gave NU his greatest advantage at 46-32
. throws after a technical foul on the coach of Maryland, Mark Turgeon returned to 11. An-and with Robie in the next possession pushed him to 14 again with eight minutes left.
The first 3 Kouane pointer in the game. sank from Morsell, hit eight points in the timeout for four minutes.
The position of Trueblood with 55 seconds left position turned the position to 10.
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