LINCOLN, Neb. (Gophersports.com - AP) --  Minnesota fell to Nebraska 84-59 on Tuesday night. Jordan Murphy led Minnesota (6-11, 0-5) with 12 points. Joey King chipped in 10 points.

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The Cornhuskers' 25-point margin of victory is their largest against Minnesota in a 64-game series that dates to 1902.

Andrew White III added 15 points for Nebraska (10-8, 2-3 Big Ten).

Nebraska trailed 8-4 early then solved the Minnesota zone with a 29-4 run. The Cornhuskers went up 10 on Shields' layup off an over-the-head assist from Glynn Watson Jr. with 9:45 left, and took a 33-12 lead on Michael Jacobson's free throws with 6:29 remaining in the half.

Nebraska scored 12 of its first-half points off nine Minnesota turnovers, and outrebounded the Gophers 22-9 in the period.