Gophers bust losing streak with blowout over Nebraska

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The Gophers put a four-game losing streak to an end with a blowout over Nebraska, 84-65 at Williams Arena.

Rodney Williams also broke out of a slump with a season-high 23 points. He added eight rebounds.

Minnesota had a big first half, scoring 44 points -- the same amount they FINISHED with against Wisconsin on Saturday.

Sophomore point guard Andre Hollins did his job by scoring 14 points and controlling the ball. He had three turnovers, but the Gophers finished with a season low five turnovers as a team.

The Gophers shot 54.2% from the floor. They outrebounded the Huskers 34-to-17.

Ray Gallegos led Nebraska with a career-high 30 points.

Highlights? Right here:

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