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Topic - Tim Miles
Lincoln police ticketed Nebraska men's basketball coach Tim Miles for negligent driving after he was involved in a three-vehicle accident.
New South Dakota coach Craig Smith says he's looking forward to taking the program to the top of the Summit League, and soon.
Upsets abound in this NCAA tournament. Except in Texas.
Nebraska coach Tim Miles couldn't fix the cold shooting or sloppy passes. The Big Ten coach of the year did see one thing he could correct: an overlooked shot clock error.
In January, Baylor couldn't have even counted on making the NCAA tournament. This kind of March hot streak is starting to look familiar to the Bears.
Nebraska coach Tim Miles was ejected from the Cornhuskers' NCAA tournament West Region game against Baylor after getting whistled for two technical fouls in the second half.
Now that Nebraska has made it back to the NCAA tournament, the next challenge is to get a win there.
Now that Nebraska has made it back to the NCAA tournament, the next challenge is to win there.
North Dakota State head basketball coach Saul Phillips and his two predecessors with the Bison are bringing teams to this year's NCAA Division I tournament.
It's not enough that the state of Nebraska will have two teams in the NCAA men's basketball tournament for the first time since 1991.
Nebraska's selection to the NCAA men's basketball tournament is worth an extra $150,000 for coach Tim Miles.
Nebraska's Big Ten tournament loss will sting - for a long time.
Tim Miles is tired of hearing about the old Nebraska program that made a habit of bumbling and stumbling its way through the past two decades. His players must be tired of it, too.
Nebraska came to Illinois as one of the Big Ten's hottest teams.
Nebraska coach Tim Miles had a simple reaction after coaching his team to its fifth straight win, a 76-57 victory over Purdue on Sunday.
According to the accident report, Miles told police he had taken his eyes off the road, and when he looked up he was unable to avoid hitting the Honda.
"It didn't matter if you were friend or foe," Miles once said. "He would open up his playbook and show you his plays, and then he would turn around and beat you with that same play when your team played his."