In a statement Tuesday, Miles did not say specifically why Biggs was let go. Miles said: “We have consistently emphasized accountability for our student-athletes on the court, off the court and in the classroom. Individual accountability affects the entire group.”
Biggs appeared in 15 games and was the Cornhuskers’ third-leading scorer at 9.9 points a game.
Biggs, who redshirted last season, was suspended the first three games as a result of being arrested for drunken driving in Omaha in December 2012.