GAME THREAD: Nebraska vs. Wisconsin

Jake Kocorowski

MADISON -- The Wisconsin Badgers host the Nebraska Huskers on Tuesday night inside the Kohl Center in another conference clash.

UW (11-7 overall, 4-3 Big Ten) hopes to bounce back from a road loss at Michigan State on Friday night. Falling in four of its last five games, Nebraska (7-11, 2-5) recently dropped a home contest to Indiana on Sunday.

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First Media Timeout

Badgers and Huskers tied at 9-9 with 15:54 until halftime. Nebraska shooting 4-of-5 from the field with Thorir Thorbjarnarson recording 5 points early on for Fred Hoiberg's squad. Wisconsin shooting 3-of 7-from the field, but all three shots hit were from beyond the arc.

Second Media Timeout (Nebraska Timeout)

Nebraska takes a timeout as Wisconsin builds a 24-15 lead with 10:46 to play in the first half. Wisconsin nine of 18 from the field, six of 10 from three-point range. Eight different players have scored for UW. Potter leads the way with five points and two rebounds in about three minutes of play.

Third Media Timeout

Another media timeout and Wisconsin's lead has dwindled to five at 24-19 with 7:17 to play left until halftime. Badgers have not scored in the last 3:30 and missed their last four shots.

Last Media Timeout

Badgers lead Huskers 31-26 with 3:26 until halftime. Potter with eight points and four rebounds in about eight minutes of play. Wisconsin has 10 assists already. Wahl, King and Anderson all with three assists each.



First Media Timeout

Badgers lead Huskers 52-40 with 15:55 left to play. Davison with nine second half points, all on threes.

Second Media Timeout

Badgers up 62-48 with 11:40 to play. Wisconsin has made four of its last five shots, shooting 23 of 46 overall from the field (50%). UW two 3-pointers off from tying its single-game season-high of 15.

Third Media Timeout

Badgers lead 66-58 with 7:49 to play. Davison with 14 points, King with nine points. Trice may just have five points, but he has nine rebounds and five assists.