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For a normal season, this would be very late for a team’s first game away from home. But this has been anything but a normal season, and so the Wolverines’ first trip will come Friday, when they visit Nebraska.
Michigan is ranked No. 19, having surged ahead six spots despite not playing since the previous poll was released the day after U-M beat Penn State in the Big Ten opener. Nebraska is 4-4 and dropped its first conference game on Tuesday at Wisconsin.
Tip off is scheduled for 6:01 p.m. ET, part of a quadruple header of Big Ten basketball on a day typically absent of college hoops.
Who: Michigan at Nebraska (men’s basketball)
TV: Big Ten Network
Stream: Fubo (7-day free trial) | Sling | Hulu (free trial)
When: 6 p.m. Friday.
Where: Lincoln, Nebraska.
Radio: WWJ-AM (950)
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Michigan faces Nebraska in a Big Ten college basketball game at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska, on Friday, December 25, 2020 (12/25/20).
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Struggling mightily to sink a jump shot, Wisconsin never stopped playing well on the other end of the floor.
That approach helped the ninth-ranked Badgers overcome an ice-cold start to beat Nebraska 67-53 on Tuesday in the Big Ten opener for both teams.
“They want to be the best defensive team in the country,” Wisconsin coach Greg Gard said.
They needed to be great on defense to make up for their inability to make shots.
Wisconsin (7-1) was coming off an 85-48 blowout of Louisville — then ranked 23rd — for the Badgers’ most lopsided victory over a Top 25 team in program history. But the team that looked so dominant Saturday afternoon faced an early double-digit deficit against Nebraska.
The Badgers missed 15 of their first 16 shots from the floor, went nearly eight minutes without a basket and scored just three points in the first 11-plus minutes of the game.
Yet they never trailed by more than 10 as their defense kept them in the game. Midway through the first half, Nebraska led 7-3.
“Obviously we were struggling to get the ball in the hoop, but our defense saved us in that first half, kept the game close and put us in striking range there for when we could get it going,” said Brad Davison, who had 15 points and a career-high seven assists.
Micah Potter added 10 points and 11 rebounds and sparked a key 16-0 run in the second half. Aleem Ford celebrated his birthday with 13 points and eight rebounds as Wisconsin earned its ninth straight conference victory and 15th straight home win. Nate Reuvers added 10 points.
The Badgers closed the pandemic-shortened 2019-20 season by winning eight straight conference games to share the Big Ten regular-season title with Maryland and Michigan State.
“Especially with us being a higher ranked team and the expectations we have, we’ve got a target on our back,” Davison said. “So we’ve got to come ready to play, and we’ve got to tough and grit those games out where maybe the ball’s not going in at the rate that we’d like.”
Dalano Banton scored 15 points, Teddy Allen had 11 and Trey McGowens added 10 for Nebraska (4-4).
Wisconsin made just 40% of its shots against Nebraska after shooting 54.4% overall and 16 of 25 from 3-point range against Louisville. But the Huskers were even less accurate, as they made only one-third of their attempts.
“To go on the road against the No. 9 team in the country and hold them to 40% shooting after what they did in their last game against Louisville was something we can build on,” Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg said. “There’s no doubt about it.”
Ford scored seven points during a 14-0 run late in the first half that helped Wisconsin turn a 21-11 deficit into a 25-21 advantage. The Badgers led 25-24 at halftime, but Nebraska pulled back ahead 33-32 on McGowens’ 3-pointer with 14:23 left.
Wisconsin regained the lead for good when Potter sank two free throws with 14:03 remaining. Those two free throws started a 16-0 run that put the game away.
During that spurt, Potter scored seven points and assisted on 3-pointers by Trevor Anderson and Davison.