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Tuesday, March 20, 1934
Heads Will Turn! 1 Husker season ends on down note
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CINCINNATI The Nebraska basketball team said
goodbye Monday night to a season that began with
NCAA tournament promise, but ended in NIT defeat.
But was the season a disappointment? Senior for
ward Stan Cloudy said he didn't think so. The Cen
ter, Texas, native played his last game as a Corn
husker. "Personally, I feel pretty good about the season,"
Cloudy said. "The season didn't go as we expected it
to, but we finished 18-12 and got into the NIT which
is more than a lot of teams can say."
Cloudy said he couldn't pinpoint the time when he
realized the team wouldn't fulfill its promise. He said
the Missouri game in Lincoln, which Nebraska lost
50-48, was a big disappointment.
"We weren't really together as a team," Cloudy
said. "We let them come in and beat us at home."
The game was also Eric Williams' and David Pon
ce's last for Nebraska. The three seniors combined
for 24 points.
Had Nebraska defeated Xavier they would have,
in all likelihood been given a third round NIT game
at home. Cloudy said Nebraska deserved a second
round home game.
"It made me sick when I heard we had to go on the
road," Cloudy said. "We've been playing good on the
road all year. They beat us by one point at home, big
deal. We could have won the ball game. They lucked
out of this one."
For the Musketeers it is the continuation of what
has turned out to be a successful season. Xavier,
now 22-9, started the season poorly but came on
late in the year to secure an NIT bid. In the Musket
eers' last regular season game they defeated Dayton
who has since defeated Oklahoma. Nebraska coach
Moe Iba was impressed with the Musketeers.
"They've got a nice basketball team," Iba said. "We
thought coming in we could win, but they played
really well down the stretch."
Xavier will probably be on the road for its third
round game, possibly against Notre Dame, i
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