Nebraska easily turns back Southern Utah 94-61Dec 30, 2009 - 3:18 AM LINCOLN, Neb.(AP) -- Myles Holley had five points and seven rebounds to lead a first-half bench attack that pushed Nebraska past Southern Utah 94-61 Tuesday night.
Holley finished with seven points and a game-high 11 rebounds, and the 94 points were the most Nebraska has scored under fourth-year coach Doc Sadler.
The Huskers (10-3) took control of the game by outscoring Southern Utah (4-9) 22-8 in the last 11 minutes of the first half.
Nebraska's bench accounted for 18 of those 22 points, led by Holley, whose jumper with 2:51 left put Nebraska up 31-20. The Thunderbird bench contributed just one point in the first half.
Quincy Hankins-Cole led Nebraska with 15 points. Brandon Ubel had 13 points, Sek Henry had 12 and Brandon Richardson added 10.
Davis Baker had 14 points to lead Southern Utah, and Ryan Brimley had 11.
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