After Saturday's scare against Eastern Illinois, Nebraska basketball got bac on track against North Texas in an 86-67 win at home.
James Palmer Jr. led the way in scoring for the Huskers with 18 points. Palmer added five rebounds and two assists for the Huskers.
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Glynn Watson Jr. helped in the winning effort with 15 points, four rebounds and two assists of his own.
The Huskers opened up the game with a 25-2 run, but cooled off going 0-8 from deep to start the second half.
Nebraska finished the game shooting 40% from the field and 29.4% from three.
Up next for the Huskers is the Gavitt Tipoff/Advocare Invitational which starts Thursday when Nebraska will take on St. John's in New York.