Nebraska takes a 4-2 record on the road in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge to play Clemson. Husker coach Tim Miles says his team is making progress after a fourth place finish at the Wooden Legacy.
“We put them up against one of the more daunting schedules Nebraska is ever going to see and they are not going to flinch”, said Miles. “I would expect a heck of a game against Clemson. I just want a couple to go their way.”
Clemson is 3-2 and coach Brad Brownell wants his team to be more committed at the defensive end.
“We just have a team that has a little more of an offensive mindset”, said Brownell. “Some of that shows in the way we score. We have more guys that can score and their identity is more closely linked to how they play offensively.”
Tipoff is 8:15p.m. The game will be televised by ESPNU.