The Nebraska Cornhuskers aim to provide an encore to a wildly successful 2013-14 season, which included a tournament berth and a top 4 finish in the Big Ten. This time around, Tim Miles and Co. will have to do it with a bullseye on their backs.
Michigan bounced back from a difficult loss in Bloomington tonight in the Crisler Center, thumping Nebraska-who had won three of their last four-by a score of 79-50. Glenn Robinson III led the way with 23 points, while Caris LeVert pitched in 16.
Michigan fell to 6-3 on the season as the offense faltered once again, this time resulting in the Brady Hoke's first loss at home as Michigan's head coach. After allowing nine sacks last week, Devin Gardner took seven against the Cornhuskers.