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Fred Hoiberg

HuSkaBob

Husker Geek
5 Year Member
That’s definitely more in line with NU-type success. Ha.
I looked at past coaching success at UNL during the offseason (https://forum.huskermax.com/index.php?threads/the-miles-enigma.102727/page-5#post-3445409), and what I came up with is that Tim Miles is pretty much exactly meeting historical success at Nebraska. His win percentage in non-con is slightly worse, and his win % in conference is slightly better than historical averages.

And we're back to "is the problem Miles or is it just that Nebraska can't do basketball?".
 

HuskerWeatherman

Husker Fan
15 Year Member
I looked at past coaching success at UNL during the offseason (https://forum.huskermax.com/index.php?threads/the-miles-enigma.102727/page-5#post-3445409), and what I came up with is that Tim Miles is pretty much exactly meeting historical success at Nebraska. His win percentage in non-con is slightly worse, and his win % in conference is slightly better than historical averages.

And we're back to "is the problem Miles or is it just that Nebraska can't do basketball?".
Although Miles has done it with greater talent than the majority of past coaches.

If Miles was doing the best that he can with the talent he has, then I'd say it might be a Nebraska problem.
 
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