Nebraska basketball hosts Minnesota on Tuesday, Dec. 5. The game tips off at 9:07 p.m. ET/8:07 p.m. CT. Stay here for live updates, scores and analysis.
Nebraska-Minnesota basketball live updates, score
Final: Nebraska (7-3) 78, Minnesota (8-2) 68 — Box Score
Nebraska-Minnesota basketball: Game time, information
Nebraska and Minnesota play at 9:07 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Time: 9:07 p.m. ET
Date: Tuesday, Dec. 5
Location: Pinnacle Bank Arena, Lincoln, Neb.
How can I watch the Nebraska-Minnesota basketball game on TV and online?
Kevin Kugler and Shon Morris will call the game.
How can I listen to the Nebraska-Minnesota basketball game on the radio?
Nebraska and Minnesota can be heard on Husker Sports Network, including 590 AM (Omaha), 1400 AM (Lincoln) and 880 AM (Lexington). Online radio will be available at Huskers.com, on the Huskers App, and on TuneIn Radio and the TuneIn Radio App. The radio broadcast begins one hour prior to tipoff.
Kent Pavelka and Jake Muhleisen will have the call.
Nebraska-Minnesota basketball preview
Nebraska is set to host its first-ever Stripe the Vault Night at Pinnacle Bank Arena, as Minnesota rolls into town for the Big Ten matchup. Shirts will be placed on every seat in the arena, courtesy of adidas. For fans wanting to wear their own shirts, there’s a color section guide available for review prior to the game.
Gettin' ready for tomorrow.
— Nebraska Basketball (@HuskerHoops) December 4, 2017
Aside from the Stripe the Vault event, the Huskers will face their second ranked opponent in three days when the No. 14 Golden Gophers arrive at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Minnesota is 8-1 and defeated Rutgers 89-67 on Sunday. Nate Mason was one of four Minnesota players in the matchup to reach double figures in scoring. Mason had 26 points and 7 assists. The Gophers limited Rutgers to 32 percent shooting.
As for Nebraska, the Huskers are looking to bounce back from an 86-57 loss to Michigan State on Sunday. The No. 3 Spartans held the Huskers to 27.4 percent shooting from the field. James Palmer Jr. was the only Nebraska player to reach double figures, finishing with 15 points.
Palmer has proven to be a key for Nebraska after spending his first two collegiate seasons at Miami. He is developing into one of the Big Ten’s top newcomers. He is second among all Big Ten newcomers in scoring at 14.3 points per game and ranks on the Nebraska team in steals (1.4) and third in assists (2.7).
Minnesota has four returning starters from last season’s NCAA Tournament team. As a result, the Gophers lead the Big Ten in scoring at 89.4 points per game. Junior forward Jordan Murphy leads the way in scoring (21.0) and rebounding (12.9), topping the Big Ten in both categories.