Although the Nebraska women's basketball team got a 78-77 win over Florida State Saturday at the Devaney Center, it wasn't enough to keep them in the top 25 rankings.
Nebraska fell to Creighton 66-57 in Omaha on Wednesday. It was the first time the Bluejays had defeated a Top 25 team in three tries on Creighton's home court this season.
The Huskers know there is plenty of area for improvement if they want to get back in the Top 25 rankings.
"We can get better in every aspect, our defense is still not where we want it to be. Our offense we still need to move the ball and get shots," junior forward Jordan Hooper commented.
"I'm not happy with where we are. I think we aren't playing with the consistancy that you would hope at this stage," head coach Connie Yori said.
Nebraska is off until Sunday when they face South Florida on the road.
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