Nebraska men’s basketball falls out of AP top 25

Nebraska men’s basketball falls out of AP top 25
Nebraska coach Tim Miles talks with his players during a timeout vs. Southwest Minnesota State on Saturday, Dec. 29. RYAN SODERLIN/THE WORLD-HERALD

After a one-week return to the Associated Press men’s college basketball top 25 poll, Nebraska fell out of the rankings Monday.

The Huskers, who entered the poll at No. 24 in early December before bouncing in and out of the rankings over the following five weeks, are once again on the outside looking in coming off back-to-back road losses to Maryland and Iowa.

For Nebraska (11-4, 1-3 Big Ten), which received 15 votes in the poll, it was the first set of back-to-back losses of the season.

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