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.
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.