• Grant

    Seem’s like a classy guy, I liked his comment at the end referring to IU they are as good a team as I have seen in a long,long time and not just this season.

  • Grant

    Seem’s like a classy guy, I liked his comment at the end referring to IU they are as good a team as I have seen in a long,long time and not just this season.

  • Doug

    Sounds pretty chipper.

  • Rooting like heck for this guy. Him and Pat Chambers.

  • rebelqb2011

    Tim seems like a very nice guy and very classy. I liked the segment on the journey on NEB and him too. Nothing but the best to NEB the rest of the way

  • CreamandCrimson

    Miles left a job where he had a good thing going (Colorado State is currently 24th in the country and they just beat SDSU) to go to Nebraska. Barry Collier and Doc Sadler couldn’t make it work there, I am rooting for Miles but it’s going to be extremely tough for the Huskers to ever be even top half in the Big Ten.

  • Dagwoods

    Nebraska has one of the top new basketball facilities. Maybe he can get some recruits and do well soon. Does sound like a classy guy and seems to know his basketball (I thought Nebraska gave up on Doc a little too soon though).

  • SCHoosier

    What a bright personality this guy is given some of the “sour-pusses” in the conference. Don’t know if Coach Miles can recruit to the great cornfields..but he had me when he said “A-H is a cool environment..I brought my son.” Classy.

  • IUfanPurduePhD

    Nebraska basketball = IU football? It can be done, but it takes a lot of time and the right coach.

  • IUfanPurduePhD

    Nebraska basketball = IU football? It can be done, but it takes a lot of time and the right coach.

  • The_Real_Assembly_Hall

    Total class act. Kentucky would be lucky to have him.

  • CreamandCrimson

    Not a bad comparison. I would argue IU football is a little bit easier because the Big Ten isn’t loaded in football. Yes, Ohio State and Michigan are very good but after that…who are you really scared of? Plus, Indiana has a better in-state talent base for football than Nebraska has for basketball. On the other hand, you are only a few special players away from winning in basketball while football requires more. So…yeah, I guess that’s a fair comparison. I think IU has the right guy with Wilson, maybe Nebraska does with Miles.