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Frosted Flakes: Did you see that basketball game?

The last time Nebraska Basketball won by 21 or more points was 2016.

Nebraska v Maryland Photo by G Fiume/Maryland Terrapins/Getty Images

I hope you all caught that Nebrasketball game last night!

Earlier in the day, the team announces that leading scorer, Teddy Allen is no longer on the team and then the go out and beat Rutgers by 21 points. They even went on a scoring drought and only scored 4 points in the final 8 minutes and still won by 21.

There was solid rebounding and assists and it was a beautiful thing.

I have probably watched more Nebrasketball this year than I ever have and I am excited to see what this team will do in the future.

Here are your flakes.


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