Nebraska seals deal with Colorado State's Tim Miles
Colorado State coach Tim Miles was at Nebraska touring the campus on Friday and has accepted the Cornhuskers offer to replace Doc Sadler -- per sources. Miles will be introduced Saturday morning in Lincoln.
Nebraska has hired Colorado State coach Tim Miles.
According to a source close to the situation, Miles accepted the job on Friday afternoon after touring the campus with athletic director Tom Osborne.
Miles agreed to a seven-year deal worth $1.4 million per season and will be introduced at a news conference at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday in Lincoln.
Miles, 45, led the Rams to a 20-12 mark and an NCAA tournament appearance this past season -- the first for the school since 2003. Previously, he was at North Dakota State. Miles has a 71-88 mark in five seasons at Colorado State.
Miles nearly doubled his pay from $750,000 this coming season. He takes over a Nebraska program that was 12-18 this past season and 4-14 in its first year in the Big Ten. Doc Sadler was let go after six years and a 101-89 mark and three NIT's.
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