BTN.com staff, February 23, 2013
Dylan Talley's tie-breaking, shot clock-beating 3-pointer with 9.2 seconds left sent Nebraska to a 64-60 victory over Iowa Saturday and put a dent in the Hawkeyes' NCAA tournament hopes. The Cornhuskers (13-14, 4-10 Big Ten) used a couple of big runs in the second half to come back from a 16-point halftime deficit and end the Hawkeyes' three-game win streak.
Talley scored 18 points and Shavon Shields added 17 for Nebraska, which shot 62.5 percent the second half and outscored Iowa 19-7 over the last 9:42. Iowa shot 28 percent the last 20 minutes.
Shavon Shields gets the reverse layup And-1:
Mike Gesell block leads to Eric May trey:
Eric May gets friendly bounce on 3-pointer:
Gabriel Olaseni rises for flush:
FINAL: Nebraska trailed by as many as 19 points Saturday, but it took the lead for good on a field goal with 10 seconds remaining by Dylan Talley and hung on for a 64-60 win over Iowa at Bob Devaney Sports Center in Lincoln. Talley poured in 18 points, while Shavon Shields chipped in with 17 points and eight rebounds and Brandon Ubel added 12 points and eight rebounds. Nebraska trailed 41-22 with 21 seconds left in the first half, and while a 15-4 run failed to give it the lead at the moment, it did narrow the deficit to 45-37. Aaron White had a good game for Iowa (17-10) in defeat with 15 points and 13 rebounds. The Cornhuskers also got double-digit contributions from Ray Gallegos (11 points).
HALFTIME: Aaron White scored 10 points for Iowa, and the Hawkeyes lead Nebraska 41-25 at the half. Iowa helped its cause in the first 20 minutes by hitting all nine of its free throws and limiting Nebraska to 34 percent from the field. Devyn Marble scored eight points for the Hawkeyes, who also received six points from Eric May on a pair of 3-pointers. Ray Gallegos leads the Huskers with 10 points, while freshman Shavon Shields added five points and a game-high seven rebounds. Dylan Talley, Nebraska's leading scorer, has just two points in the first half.
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