"Looking at Nebraska, we're seeing a team with incredible potential and talent," Michigan coach John Beilein said. "(Nebraska coach Tim Miles) has done a good job of putting this roster together. There is a collection of transfers, junior college players, foreign players that are really as talented as I've seen.
"It's the first Big Ten home game in their new arena. I expect a sellout. And we are going to play our absolute best game. If we get a win at Nebraska, it would be a really high level win for us."
A road win for Michigan (10-4, 2-0 Big Ten) would keep the Wolverines atop the Big Ten standings, but despite Nebraska (8-6, 0-2) sub-par conference record, Beilein says he's not looking past the Cornhuskers on his schedule.
"We know down the road we're going to have games that are going to be back-to-back-back nationally ranked teams, many of them might be on the road, can't even think about it. Just got a – Nebraska," Beilein said.
Tip-off is scheduled at 9 p.m. on ESPN2.
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