Cold shooting helped end UNI’s winning streak at 11. The Panthers shot just 29 percent and lost to Creighton 77-71 in Cedar Falls. It was just the six time they allowed 70 points, and they have lost all six games.
UNI coach Ben Jacobsen says Creighton did a good job in the transition and in their offense and he says his team didn’t do anything about it. Jacobsen who says shooting was not the only problem, as he says the game was about defense and rebounding. He says the didn’t defend well, but did rebound well.
Creighton coach Dana Altman says it was a good win as they shot the ball well and had some good possessions. Altman says other than "getting killed" in rebounding, he thought they played "pretty good.