Nebraska basketball: Numbers of note heading into the game against Seton Hall

The Huskers take on the Seton Hall Pirates on November 14. Here's some important numbers before tipoff.

The Nebraska basketball gets its first real test on Wednesday night. The November 14 matchup against Seton Hall is a bit of a clash of the NCAA Tournament hopefuls. Check out some numbers you should know about before that game tips off.


The Number 36

That's the number of points per game that Nebraska has allowed in its first two games of the year. That's the best defensive average in the country.


The number 13

That's the number of consecutive wins the Huskers have posted at Pinnacle Bank Arena. It's the longest current home winning streak of any Power Conference school.


The Number 30

That's how many points Seton Hall guard Myles Powell scored in their first game of the season against Wagner. He did that thanks in large part to hitting five of seven three-point attempts. The Huskers are going to need to find a way to slow him down if they want to win Wednesday.


The number 100

That's how many wins Tim Miles will have as the head coach of the Nebraska basketball team if they beat Seton Hall. Considering how hot his seat has been at times since arriving here, that's a decent accomplishment.


The number 56

That's the percentage of shots the Huskers have hit this year in their first two games. Yes the defense has been very good. So has the offense. If they can come close to 50 percent from the field against the Pirate, you've got to think they'll win the game.

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