Nebraska, coach Tim Miles part ways after seven seasons | NCAA Basketball

Tim Miles’ time with Nebraska has come to an finish.

The college and Miles have agreed to half methods, in accordance with a statement from Nebraska athletic director Invoice Moos.

“Tim Miles is an effective basketball coach who has put his coronary heart, soul and power into the Nebraska males’s basketball program over the previous seven years,” Moos mentioned. “In the end, we’ve not maintained a stage of constant success and stability on the courtroom, and after a full overview I’ve made the choice to maneuver in one other route for the management of our program.”

Miles confirmed the information Tuesday, tweeting out his due to the college for “a exceptional journey.”

“Thanks to the College of Nebraska for a exceptional journey,” Miles mentioned in a press release. “It was a terrific honor to symbolize this College the previous seven years. I’m extraordinarily pleased with what we had been in a position to accomplish throughout my tenure, most notably growing relationships with so many implausible individuals related to the Huskers.”

The information comes lower than 48 hours after Nebraska was ousted from the second spherical of the NIT Event by TCU. 

Miles was employed in 2012 and completed his profession at Nebraska with a 116-114 file. Throughout that point, he led the Cornhuskers to 1 NCAA Event look (2014) and two NIT appearances (2018, 2019).

Nonetheless, he didn’t recreate the success Nebraska had in 2014, which finally led to his firing.

One doable substitute the college is honing in on is Fred Hoiberg, who was fired by the NBA’s Chicago Bulls in December.

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