A hot shooting night proved effective for the home team in a victory Tuesday night.
Wisconsin made a school-record 18 three-point shots on 32 attempts in the Badgers' 82-68 win over Nebraska at the Kohl Center in Madison on Tuesday night.
Brad Davison and Brevin Pritzl each made four three-point baskets, and eight Badgers in total dropped in a shot from long range, as the Badgers bounced back from a loss to Michigan State with a Big Ten home victory.
Davison had 14 points and Pritzl had 12 to lead Wisconsin, which broke a school record for made three-point baskets set against Coppin State in 2010.
The Badgers travel to Purdue on Friday night before heading to Iowa next week.
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