LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Ade Dagunduro tied his career high with 24 points and Nebraska's press forced 10 turnovers late in the second half as rthe Huskers beat Iowa State 77-61 on Wednesday.
Nebraska (17-11, 7-8 Big 12) and Iowa State (14-16, 3-12) were locked in a close game until midway through the second half.
Sek Henry's jumper made the score 47-43 with 13:57 remaining. Back-to-back ISU turnovers put Nebraska up 51-43 with 12:51 left, and another series of Cyclone giveaways contributed to a 14-2 Nebraska surge that put the game away.
Joining Dagunduro in double figures for Nebraska were Cookie Miller with 13 points, Ryan Anderson with 11 points and Steve Harley with 10.
Craig Brackins had 25 points for Iowa State before fouling out late in the game. Lucca Staiger add 17 for the Cyclones.
Courtesy: Associated Press
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