Postgame Notes at Minnesota

By NU Athletic Communications

*-Nebraska has now won four Big Ten road games, its highest conference road total since also winning four in 1998-99.

*-Nebraska’s win was its first in Williams Arena since joining the Big Ten and first since 2003, snapping a four-game losing streak here.

*-It is the first time since 2012 that the road team won, snapping a streak of nine straight wins by the home team in the series.

*-Isaiah Roby with a career-high 19 points, bettering his previous personal best of 17 against Iowa on Jan. 27.

*-Isaiah Roby finished with five blocked shots, the third time this season he has had at least four blocked shots in a game.

*-James Palmer Jr. set a career high with nine assists, topping his previous mark of five set on two occasions, most recently against Iowa on Jan. 27. His nine assists matches the most by a Husker in Miles’ six seasons (Watson had nine vs. Rutgers in 2015-16).

*-Nebraska’s 91 points was its most on the road in conference play since scoring 96 at Oklahoma on Jan. 20, 1999.

*-Nebraska’s 44 first-half points was its second-highest total in Big Ten play this season (48 vs. Iowa).

*-Nebraska put five players in double figures for the third time this season.

*-With 10 points, Glynn Watson Jr. moved past Beau Reid (976) for 30th on NU’s scoring chart and now has 982 career points.

*-Nate Mason’s 34 point effort was the most by a Husker opponent since Peter Jok of Iowa had 34 last season.


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