One of the most powerful men in the Nebraska football program never played football at all — well, one year he did suit up — and somehow, he found his way to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he goes to work every day at Memorial Stadium.

Collin Jensen knows when he heads into the postseason, he’ll be prepared. That’s one thing he’s learned from experience. Jensen, a four-year starter at heavyweight for Nebraska, has been matched up regularly with nationally ranked opponents.

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Men's Basketball Schedule


2016-17
Nov. 7: NU 98, Chadron State 45 (exh.)
Nov. 13: NU 83, Sacramento State 61
Nov. 15: NU 70, University of Mary 38
Nov. 19: NU 65, Louisiana Tech 54
Wooden Legacy (Fullerton/Anaheim, California)
» Nov. 24: NU 80, Dayton 78
» Nov. 25: UCLA 82, NU 71
» Nov. 27: Virginia Tech 66, NU 53
ACC/Big Ten Challenge
» Nov. 30: Clemson 60, NU 58
Dec. 3: NU 73, South Dakota 61
Dec. 7: Creighton 77, NU 62
Dec. 10: Kansas 89, NU 72
Dec. 18: Gardner-Webb 70, NU 62
Dec. 20: NU 81, Southern 76
Dec. 28: NU 87, Indiana 83
Jan. 1: NU 67, Maryland 65
Jan. 5: NU 93, Iowa 90, 2OT
Jan. 8: Northwestern 74, NU 66
Jan. 14: Michigan 91, NU 85
Jan. 18: Ohio State 67, NU 66
Jan. 21: Rutgers 65, NU 64
Jan. 26: Northwestern 73, NU 61
Jan. 29: NU 83, Purdue 80
Feb. 2: Michigan State 72, NU 61
Feb. 5: Iowa 81, Nebraska 70
Feb. 9: Wisconsin 70, NU 69, OT
Feb. 14: NU 82, Penn State 66
Feb. 18: NU 58, Ohio State 57
Feb. 23: at Michigan State, 6 p.m. (ESPNU)
Feb. 26: Illinois, 6:30 p.m. (BTN)
March 2: at Minnesota, 6 p.m. (ESPN)
March 5: Michigan, 7 p.m. (BTN)

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