Posted March 24, 2012 on AP on Fox
Wichita State's Gregg Marshall says he will remain as coach of the Shockers after leading them to the Missouri Valley Conference's regular-season title. Earlier in the week published reports said Marshall turned down a $2 million offer to become Nebraska coach, a report Nebraska athletic director Tom Osborne denied. Marshall led Wichita State to a 27-6 record and an at-large big to the NCAA tournament, but the Shockers lost to VCU in the second round of the South Regional. Wichita State has a 98-41 record in his four years at the school. Last year, the Shockers won the NIT tournament.

Tim Miles introduced as Nebraska coach

New Nebraska coach Tim Miles is aware that many Big Red fans don't recognize his name and might feel let down by his hiring. He said it's perfectly understandable, considering he spent 12 of his 17 years as a head coach at places like Maywood State, Southwest Minnesota State and North Dakota State before he went to Colorado State five years ago. ''You look at those...
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