Avery Bradley scored 20 points in the first half and No. 14 Texas romped over Nebraska 91-51 on Saturday.
The Longhornsn shot 61 percent in the first half against the Big 12's stingiest scoring defense. Bradley, who finished 6 of 7 on 3-pointers, made five in the first half as Texas built a 53-26 lead. The Longhorns outscored the Cornhuskers 22-4 over the final 6 minutes of the half.
Bradley finished with 25 points, while fellow freshman J'Covan Brown had 12 points and six assists in his first start since Nov. 29.
The victory ended a two-game losing skid by Texas (20-5, 6-4), which reached 20 wins for the 11th straight season. Nebraska (13-12, 1-9) has lost four in a row.
Texas even shot its free throws fairly well. One of the worst free throw shooting teams in the country, the Longhorns went 22 of 30 from the line.