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Nebraska’s Miles officially signs longest contract in school history


Tim Miles (courtesy of Nebraska athletics)

Tim Miles, the new men’s basketball coach at the University of Nebraska, has signed the longest coach’s contract in the school’s history with his seven-year deal, which will start at $1.4 million and increases to $2.15 million by the 2018-19 season.

The previous contract of any significant length was the six-year deal that the Cornhuskers agreed to with former football coach Bill Callahan back in 2004.

Miles was hired by Nebraska after he rebuilt the Colorado State basketball program.

The 45-year-old Miles has a career record of 283-220.


Info compiled from University of Nebraska, Radio & TV news

Indiana hires BGSU’s Miller to lead struggling women’s program


Curt Miller (courtesy of BGSU athletics)

The Indiana Hoosiers trying to move on from a 6-24 season from former coach Felisha Legette-Jack, have hired Bowling Green’s Curt Miller to lead the women’s team.

Miller went 258-92 in 11 years with the Falcons with a 135-41 record in the Mid-American Conference.

Miller and the Bowling Green Falcons have been the benchmark program in the MAC where he was named Coach of the Year 6 times, won the regular season title 8 years in a row from 2005-2012 and made 8 straight postseason appearances in a row since 2005, NCAA (5), WNIT (3).

Miller’s best year was 31-4 in 2006 with a Sweet 16 appearance.

Miller before becoming a head coach was an assistant at Colorado State, Cleveland State and Syracuse.


Info compiled from Bowling Green State University & Indiana University news

COLORADO AT OHIO STATE GAMEWEEK: Buffaloes beats arch-rival Colorado State for first win of 2011


The Colorado Buffaloes won their first game of the season and it came against their in-state arch-rivals in Denver at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

Senior quarterback Tyler Hansen marched CU on an 85-yard, 10-minute fourth-quarter drive, topping it off with a 2-yard sneak to help get the Buffs past Colorado State 28-14.

The win was CU’s first of the new season and the first in the coaching career of former Buffaloes star tight end Jon Embree.

Colorado which buried CSU 24-3 in 2010, has won seven of the 11 games with its intrastate rival played in Denver. The game in 2011 of the Rocky Mountain showdown, now sponsored by Cinch Jeans, drew just 57,186, the lowest crowd in 11 CU-CSU games played off campus.

The Buffaloes are 1-2 and play at Ohio State this coming Saturday.

Rodney Stewart

Senior tailback Rodney “Speedy” Stewart was nearly a one-man offensive show for Colorado, rushing 19 times for 98 yards and catching seven passes for 93 to account for 191 yards in total offense. Hansen completed 17 of 32  passes for 215 yards. He led the Buffaloes to 4 TD’s, two rushing and two passing.

The CU defense shut down the Rams. They allowed just 67 yards rushing and held Rams quarterback Pete Thomas to 18 of 28 passing for 157 yards. He came into the game averaging 218.5 yards a game through the air.

One bug-a-boo Colorado has is penalties. They have 29 in three games, including 10 for 114 yards against Colorado State.

Info, photo & logo courtesy of University of Colorado athletics

Miami RedHawks showing improvement under Haywood; wins second straight game

Miami University quarterback Zac Dysert three three touchdown passes as the RedHawks beat Colorado State Saturday for back-to-back wins for the first time since 2007. Miami won 31-20.

After falling behind 3-0, Miami (2-1) scored 31 unanswered points before the Rams scored their first touchdown of 2010.

Coach Michael Haywood Miami photo)

QB Zac Dysert (Miami photo)

The Rams fall to 0-3.

Dysert was 18 of 22 passing for 231 yards and had no interceptions for the first time in five games.

compiled from staff & Miami University news

Boise State leaves WAC for Mountain West Conference

compiled from staff and wire reports

Late last week, Boise State accepted an invitation to join the Mountain West Conference as the two-time Fiesta Bowl winner seeks a chance to play into more lucrative bowl games.

Boise State, currently a member of the Western Athletic Conference, would become the 10th member of the Mountain West Conference. The move will be effective July 1, 2011.

As Boise state aims to secure a clearer path to Bowl Championship Series games worth millions, Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson said his league was looking to add a football program that could help with national exposure and prime-time television exposure. The league is trying to make a case to become the seventh college football conference awarded an automatic bid to the BCS.

Glen Bleymaier Boise State AD (courtesy of Boise State Athletics)

In its two BCS bowl appearances thus far, Boise State upset Oklahoma in the 2007 Fiesta Bowl in overtime, 43-42 and beat TCU, a Mountain West member, in the January 2009 Fiesta Bowl.

Boise state has simply dominated the WAC, compiling a 49-4 record and winning three Western Athletic Conference titles in four years under Broncos coach Chris Peterson.

Boise State athletic director Glen Bleymaier said as far as travel time, the Mountain West made sense for his school. In the WAC, the Broncos travel to Hawaii and Louisiana.

The Mountain West Conference is more concentrated as Boise State joins the Air Force Academy, Brigham Young, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU, UNLV, Utah and Wyoming.

The Mountain West Conference has a television package with CBS Sports and VERSUS which is 10 years and $120 million.