Wisconsin used a 14-6 run early in the second half to take control in a 72-61 win over Nebraska in Big Ten action in Madison.
The Badgers connected on 11 of 18 shots from three point range as they claimed their sixth straight win to move to 7-4 in conference play.
Nebraska shot just under 41 percent, including three of 14 from three point range.
“We go five for 16 at the rim so we were soft inside”, said Nebraska coach Tim Miles. “You have to play with a enormous amount of force inside and the big guys have to make those shots.”
Glynn Watson Jr. led Nebraska with 16 points and Andrew White added 10 as the Huskers fall to 5-7 in the Big Ten.