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dicative of Oklahoma's effort. The
two teams traded 59 sideouts before
Nebraska won the first game. Only
43 sideouts were posted in the sec
ond and third games combined.
Pettit said Oklahoma probably did
not put forth their best effort against
the Huskers on Saturday.
“They may have felt this match
was meaningless to them," he said.
“Let's say that they played hard and
beat us here. That wouldn’t do any
thing for them."
On Friday in the Big Eight tour
nament, Pettit said he expected to sec
a different attitude from Oklahoma.
“If they beat you in Omaha,” he
said, “and they beat Colorado, then
they go to the NCAA tournament.”
Oklahoma scored first in the sec
ond game, but after falling behind 3
2, the Sooners failed to score again.
“This is really a remarkable team,”
Pettit said. “I'm not saying remark
able in the sense of how good they
are. I don’t think they are a great
team. I think they are remarkable in
how they play every night.”
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Husker women drill Puerto Rico 90-76
By Trtvor Pirto
The Nebraska women’s basketball
team had five players scoring in
double figures in its 90-76 win over
the Puerto Rican National team.
Sunday, before a crowd of 634 at
the Bob Devaney Sports Center, Jami
Kubik, Roquayyah Brown, Pyra
Aarden, Kate McEwen and Lis
Brenden scored in double figures for
Chris Dillavou and Belinda
Bynum each added nine points for
Coach Angela Beck said having
the scoring distribution so spread out
showed an all-around effort by the
“It’s been consistent now for two
games, and that kind of excites me
more than anything,” Beck said. “It’s
nervous to the point that I sit on the
bench not knowing who will contrib
One area that pleased Beck was
Nebraska's ability to take advantage
of the three-pointer.
The Huskers shot 8 for 21 behind
the three-point arc.
“It’s a characteristic of our team,”
Beck said. “We lived by the three to
day, and thankfully we didn’t die by
Nebraska started the game when
Dillavou and Kubik, who led the
Huskers with 17 points, made back
to-back three-pointers to give the
Huskers a 6-0 lead. After that the
Huskers never trailed.
The Huskers used an 11-2 run in
the first half to break the game open.
Brenden, who had 12 points, was
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fouled on a three-point attempt, and
she made all three free throws to give
the Huskers an eight-point advantage.
With one second remaining in the
half, Aarden, who scored 15 points
and grabbed 12 rebounds, put in a
rebound to give Nebraska a 47-33
lead at the half.
Aarden's basket gave Nebraska its
biggest advantage in the first half.
In the second half the Huskers
grabbed their biggest lead of the game
on a Brown jumper to make it 54-36.
Brown scored 15 points in the game.
From Staff Htportt _
Two Nebraska football players
were named All-Americans on Sat
urday by the American Football
After making second-team All
American last season. Cornhuskcr
offensive tackle Zach Wiegert was
named to the first team. Linebacker
Ed Stewart also made the first team.
Stewart, a 6-foot-1, 220-pound
senior from Chicago, is one of three
finalists for the Butkus Award, given
each year to the nation’s outstanding
linebacker. He has helped anchor the
Huskcrs’ seventh-ranked defense to
an 11-0 record this season. Stewart
leads the Huskcrs in tackles with 91.
A senior from Fremont, Wiegert
is one of four finalists for the Vince
Lombardi Award and a candidate for
the Out land Trophy. The 6-5, 300
pounder anchors an offensive line
that has cleared the way for the
nation’s leading rushing attack. The
Huskcrs are averaging 358.6 yards
is marks the second time in the
last three years that Nebraska has
placed two players on thc-coachcs'
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