Minnesota has just one series remaining in its long home stand.
The Gophers torched Nebraska 107-75, setting a program record in 3-pointers made.
The Gophers suffered another tough loss against Indiana on Wednesday, falling 67-72. It was their sixth loss in their last seven games.
Throughout the year, Minnesota has had plenty of opportunities to improve its resume. However, in the likely scenario that they don't hear their name called on Selection Sunday, it would not be for a lack of effort but rather a lack of execution.
For the second-straight game, a go-ahead 3-pointer in the final minute fell Minnesota.
Minnesota led No. 9 Maryland by as many as 17 points. However, despite leading for over 39 minutes of play, the Gophers found themselves behind 74-73 at the final buzzer.
With five players from the Twin Cities metro area, Wisconsin has as many Minnesota natives on its roster as the Gophers, further energizing the rivalry for years to come.