After winning three straight in Big Ten play, Nebraska (11-8, 3-3) will go on the road Wednesday to take on Michigan State. The Spartans have dropped to No. 10 in the USA Today Coaches Poll, after losing two straight to Iowa and Wisconsin.
Nebraska has beaten Michigan State two straight times, including a 60-51 road win in East Lansing two years ago. Sparty was ranked No. 9 in the country at the time. The win put the Huskers on the map when it came to the NCAA tournament.
Tuesday will spark an important run for the Huskers. The next three out of four opponents are currently ranked in Top 25. Tuesday’s tip is set for 5:30 on BTN.
A full preview will hit the site on Wednesday morning.