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Ray Gallegos played 37.5 minutes per game last season, but likely won't log as many minutes this year - that's a good thing.

LINCOLN, Neb. - It's not often you see a guy like Ray Gallegos, who was second on his team in scoring and first in minutes last year, see a diminished role the following season. But, the Nebraska senior guard might not be as heavily relied upon this season. Gallegos played 37.5 minutes per game, good for first in the Big Ten last year. With at least three fresh faces at the guard spot this... Recommended Stories

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