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  1. Breienbach clocks in at 6'9" 210# and his combination of height, high motor, and ability to stretch the floor on offense via outside shooting is specifically what Nebraska is looking for in the post. This in-person review from one of our members spells out in detail what we might expect in the future at Nebraska from Breienbach: Nebraska currently has all of their scholarships for 2021 filled though they're continuing to actively recruit that class with the foregone conclusion that player attrition is inevitable.
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  2. Another one I didn’t get to see, but sounds like they had to fight through more adversity. This time they get the job done in overtime. I’ll call that progress.
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  3. hskr4life

    Isaiah Roby is N

    Committed via Robin W on twitter
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  4. Tarin Smith has committed to Nebraska and will take an official visit after the NCAA tournament boom N
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  5. http://instagram.com/p/nG75qPg9LE/ For those trips when a car just isn't fast enough and a plane is overkill....
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  6. OFFENSE: B- I didn't think Nebraska played as poorly as their shooting percentage (39%) would show, especially in the first ten minutes of the first half. In fact, early on I was impressed with how many good looks the Huskers got, from wide open three's by Walter Pitchford and Ray Gallegos, to Shavon Shields and Leslee Smith going to the rim. The Huskers just weren't knocking down the shots in the opening ten minutes and then, NU seemed to get into a lull of bad offense for the final 10:00 of the half (with too many turnovers) before stepping it up and finishing strong in the second half (38
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  7. Row6Seat10

    WBB: Game #2 vs Alabama

    The Nebraska women’s basketball team hopes to complete a perfect extended season-opening weekend, when the No. 17/12 Huskers take on Alabama on Monday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Tip-off between the Huskers (1-0) and Crimson Tide (0-1) is set for 7 p.m. The Veterans Day battle between the Big Red and Alabama will cap a resounding opening weekend for the Huskers in their new home. Nebraska rolled to a 77-49 win over UCLA in front of a Husker non-conference record 9,750 fans. Alabama lost at Chattanooga in the debut of former Purdue and Texas Tech Coach Kristy Curry. The Mocs, who Nebraska
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