Southeastern hoops falls at Nebraska 92-65
LINCOLN, NE - Tai Webster scored 11 of his 13 points in the first half to lead Nebraska to a 37-point halftime advantage and an easy 92-65 victory over Southeastern Louisiana on Sunday.
Nebraska's 92 points set a Pinnacle Bank Arena scoring record, eclipsing the 83 the Cornhuskers scored against South Carolina State in 2013.
Nebraska (3-1) opened up a 19-2 lead in the first six minutes of the game as Southeastern Louisiana (1-3) hit just one of its first eight shots and turned the ball over three times.
The Huskers opened the game hitting 13 of 18 shots to mount a 32-9 lead with 7:44 left in the half. Nebraska's largest first half lead was 39 points at 53-14 on free throws by Jack McVeigh. Nebraska's largest second-half lead was 46.
Glynn Watson Jr. led Nebraska with 14 points.
Dimi Cook paced the Lions with 16 points.
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