Nebraska coach Tim Miles gets ejected from school's first NCAA appearance in 16 years

Kevin Kaduk
The Dagger

The Nebraska Cornhuskers appeared in their first NCAA tournament game in 16 years on Friday.

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Coach Tim Miles did not see the end of it. 

Miles picked up two technicals in the second half and was ejected from the Huskers' 74-60 loss to Baylor in San Antonio. The first T came when he complained about a foull called on Nebraska's Terran Petteway and the second came a few minutes later with the Huskers trailing by 18 points. The cause of the second technical was not immediately clear. 

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It was a frustrating day for the Huskers, who fell behind early to the Bears and never recovered.

The officiating will be a sore point in Lincoln as even the city's most famous resident weighed in on Twitter:

 As for Miles, he spent the final 11:17 of the game in the locker room, presumably swapping fashion tips with television reporter Craig Sager.

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