LINCOLN, Neb. -- — Rob Phinisee scored 18 points and Aljami Durham scored 17 and Indiana beat Nebraska 84-76 on Sunday.
Trayce Jackson-Davis scored nine of his 15 points from the foul line and grabbed 11 rebounds and Race Thompson scored 11 for Indiana (8-5, 3-3 Big Ten Conference) which now has won three of its last four games.
Jackson-Davis' foul shot with 15:53 left put the Hoosiers up 56-41. Nebraska responded with a 22-6 run in a little more than the next six minutes and led 63-62 on Kobe Webster's 3-pointer with 9:39 remaining.
Jackson-Davis' jump shot with 3:52 to go broke a 71-all tie after the lead went back-and-forth, and Indiana led the remainder.
Indiana moved its all-time record against the Huskers to 16-7 and have won four straight following a string of three consecutive losses.
Indiana: Hosts Purdue on Thursday.
Nebraska: Welcomes No. 12 Illinois to Lincoln on Wednesday.
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