Found November 14, 2012 on roundballchat.com:
Nebraska Coach: Tim Miles (First season at Nebraska). Overall 283-220, 18 years 2011-12: Record: 12-18 overall, 4-14 in Big Ten (Tie/11th) Starters Returning (1) Brandon Ubel Preseason Tournament: Hosting the Nebraska Classic, Sun Bowl Invitational Top Non-Conference Games: at Wake Forest, USC Transfers In: Terran Petteway (Texas Tech- Sit out this season); Walter Pitchford (Florida- Sit out this season) Transfer Out: Josiah Moore (Tennessee Tech) Gone: Jorge Brian Diaz (decided not to return for senior year), Corey Hilliard (kicked off team) #100 Nebraska Gone is head coach Doc Sadler and now Tim Miles takes over the Cornhusker program. Miles comes from Colorado State, where he reached the NCAA tournament last year. He has the hard task of heading a basketball program at a football school. Bad news is that Nebraska losses 9 players from a very bad team last season, including 4 starters. Dylan Talley(8.9 ppg) was Nebraska top man off this bench last season, now he will need to be th...
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