Nebraska will look to begin a postseason run on Wednesday afternoon in the opening game of the Big Ten Tournament from Washington, D.C.
The Huskers (12-18, 6-12 Big Ten) are the No. 12 seed and will play Penn State (14-17, 6-12 Big Ten). In the teams’ only matchup of the season, Nebraska came out on top 82-66.
Here’s how to catch the rematch:
Nebraska basketball vs. Penn State game time, details
Time: 3:30 p.m. CT
Date: Wednesday, March 8
Location: Verizon Center (Washington, D.C.)
Which TV channel broadcasts Nebraska basketball vs. Penn State?
The game will be broadcast on ESPN2.
How can I watch Nebraska basketball vs. Penn State online?
ESPN will stream the game from WatchESPN.
How can I listen to Nebraska basketball vs. Penn State on the radio?
IMG Husker Sports Radio Network, including KLIN (1400 AM) in Lincoln, KXSP (590 AM) in Omaha and KRVN (880 AM) in Lexington.
Who is calling the Nebraska basketball vs. Penn State game?
Nebraska radio play-by-play: Kent Pavelka; analysis: Matt Davison.
ESPN play-by-play will be Dave Flemming, with analysis from Dan Dakich.
Nebraska basketball vs. Penn State keys to the game
Nebraska basketball is in a rut. The Huskers have their worst record since Tim Miles was hired in 2012, senior guard and leading scorer Tai Webster is leaving after this season, and the young talent hasn’t played well down the stretch.
Nebraska fans need some optimism. A few wins in the Big Ten Tournament would provide just that. The mentality needs to be to play with some pride to make this season something other than incredibly disappointing.
Give Tai Webster the ball
And then get out of the way. Webster does well when he has the ball in his hands. The Huskers should run sets through him and have him handle the ball and call the plays. These are the final games of his career. Nebraska should give him a chance to make a real difference.