March 24, 2012: Tim Miles is named the 27th Nebraska men's head basketball coach.
May 2012: Nebraska announces that Terran Petteway is transferring to NU from Texas Tech.
Nov. 11, 2012: Nebraska opens the Miles era with a 65-55 win against Southern at the Devaney Sports Center.
Dec. 6, 2012: Nebraska loses to No. 16 Creighton 64-42.
March 6, 2013: Nebraska beats Minnesota 53-51 in the final men's game at the Devaney Sports Center.
March 15, 2013: Huskers' season comes to a close in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament (70-51 loss to Ohio State).
Nov. 8, 2013: Nebraska opens Pinnacle Bank Arena with a 79-55 win against Florida Gulf Coast.
Nov. 12, 2013: Miles reaches career win No. 300 with a 62-47 win against Western Illinois.
Jan. 20, 2014: The Huskers beat No. 18 Ohio State 68-62 at home, kick-starting a stretch of 11 wins in 14 games.
March 9, 2014: In the biggest game in the short history of PBA, Nebraska beats No. 9 Wisconsin 77-68 on No-Sit Sunday, essentially clinching an NCAA Tournament berth. NU finished 17-1 at home.
March 14, 2014: Nebraska blows a double-digit lead against Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament, losing 71-67.
March 21, 2014: Nebraska loses to Baylor 74-60 in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament in San Antonio.
August 2014: Nebraska lands transfer Andrew White from Kansas.
November 2014: With Terran Petteway, Shavon Shields and Walter Pitchford back, the Huskers open the season ranked No. 21 in the Associated Press Top 25.
Nov. 22, 2014: The Huskers lose at Rhode Island 66-62 in OT and drop out of the Top 25.
Dec. 10, 2014: Incarnate Word stuns Nebraska at PBA 74-73.
Dec. 25, 2014: Nebraska beats Ohio 71-58 to finish 2-1 at the Diamond Head Classic in Hawaii.
Feb. 2, 2015: Iowa hands Nebraska one of its worst losses at PBA, 74-46. Miles locks his players out of their Hendricks Center locker room.
March 8, 2015: Nebraska's losing streak reaches eight games after a 64-61 home loss to No. 10 Maryland.
March 11, 2015: Penn State beats Nebraska 68-65 in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Spring 2015: Terran Petteway and Walter Pitchford forgo their respective senior seasons to enter the NBA Draft. Neither player is drafted.
Dec. 20, 2015: Samford upsets Nebraska 69-58 at PBA.
Jan. 5, 2016: No. 19 Iowa beats Nebraska 77-66 to drop NU to 0-3 in Big Ten play.
Jan. 20, 2016: Nebraska upsets No. 11 Michigan State 72-71 in East Lansing.
March, 2016: After ending regular season on a five-game skid, Nebraska goes 2-1 in the Big Ten Tournament, beating Rutgers and Wisconsin before falling to Maryland.
March 2016: James Palmer announces he's transferring to Nebraska from Miami.
June 2016: Andrew White, Nebraska's top scorer from the previous season (16.6 points per game), announces he's leaving. He later lands at Syracuse.
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Dec. 18, 2016: Gardner-Webb stuns Nebraska 70-62 at Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Jan. 5, 2017: Nebraska beats Iowa 93-90 in double overtime to improve to 3-0 in Big Ten play.
Jan. 26, 2017: Nebraska drops its fifth straight game, losing at Northwestern 73-61.
March 5, 2017: Michigan hands Nebraska its worst home loss in school history, 93-57, to close the regular season.
March 8, 2017: Penn State beats Nebraska 76-67 in overtime in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. Then-Nebraska athletic director Shawn Eichorst tweets out his support for Miles, announcing Miles will be back in 2016-17.
Spring 2017: Freshman Jeriah Horne and sophomores Michael Jacobson (Iowa State) and Ed Morrow (Marquette) announce that they are transferring.
September 2017: Former Georgetown Hoya Isaac Copeland announces he's transferring to Nebraska.
November 2017: Platteview standout Brady Heiman signs with Nebraska, becoming the first in-state recruit to sign with Nebraska out of high school since 2001.
Dec. 5, 2017: Nebraska beats No. 14 Minnesota 78-68 at PBA.
Dec. 16, 2017: No. 13 Kansas gets a late three to beat Nebraska 73-72 at PBA.
Jan. 17, 2018: Nebraska rolls to one of its biggest wins under Miles, beating No. 23 Michigan 72-52. Michigan would later reach the NCAA national championship game.
Feb. 25, 2018: Nebraska closes the regular season with a 76-64 win against Penn State. NU entered the Big Ten Tournament winners in eight of its final nine games.
March 2, 2018: No. 15 Michigan rolls to a 77-58 win against Nebraska in the Big Ten Tournament.
March 14, 2018: After missing out on an NCAA Tournament bid, Nebraska falls at Mississippi State 66-59 in the opening round of the NIT.
April 2018: Nebraska AD Bill Moos gives Miles a one-year extension, extending his contract through the 2020-21 season.
Dec. 8, 2018: Nebraska beats Creighton 94-75. It's Miles' first win against the Bluejays in seven tries at Nebraska.
Dec. 16, 2018: The Huskers use a big second half to beat Oklahoma State 79-56 in front of a Nebraska-heavy crowd at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Jan. 14, 2019: Nebraska beats No. 25 Indiana 66-51 in Bloomington. It was Miles' last road win at Nebraska.
Jan. 26, 2019: Nebraska loses Isaac Copeland to an ACL injury during a 70-60 loss to Ohio State at PBA.
Feb. 13, 2019: Nebraska snaps a seven-game losing streak with a 62-61 win against Minnesota. James Palmer's late free throws seal the win.
March 10, 2019: Nebraska makes a big rally and beats Iowa 93-91 in overtime to close the regular season.
March 2019: With only six scholarship players, Nebraska beats Rutgers and Maryland before losing to Wisconsin in the Big Ten Tournament.
March 20, 2019: In front of 10,000-plus fans, Nebraska outlasts Butler 80-76 in the first round of the NIT. It's Nebraska first postseason win since 2008.
March 24, 2019: Seven years to the day that Miles is hired, Nebraska's season comes to a close with an 88-72 loss at TCU.
March 26, 2019: Miles is fired.
😓— __dburke (@__dburke) March 26, 2019
Sammy Miles, Tim Miles' Dog
you all gave your hearts to us.— Sammy Miles (@TimMilesDog) March 26, 2019
tim always gave his all for you, wish we could have gotten there together. we'll see y'all on the other side.
go big red.
Dear @CoachMiles,— Optimistic Sker (@OptimisticSker) March 26, 2019
Thank you. You made a kid who didn’t follow Nebrasketball until he started UNL into a passionate fan. You gave him a chance to storm a court (2x). You gave him the chance to be interviewed on Selection Sunday. You reminded us Hate Will Never Win.
Going to miss @CoachMiles and his positivity (and his pics of @TimMilesDog). He was never too busy to meet Husker students and I couldn't have asked for a more outgoing coach to cover in my first year working for BTN! Nothing but the best to him in the future! #AlwaysaHusker pic.twitter.com/31T6DbiBkf— Margaret Silhasek (@margs95x) March 26, 2019
Cubs Fan 18
One of my all time favorite moments. Kiki and I became instant @CoachMiles fans. Thanks for making #Nebrasketball way better now then when u took over. Let me know when we can repay you with some wings and a drink at the Nzone #muchlove #huskers pic.twitter.com/v0BxRew0u5— cubsfan18 (@cubsfan18) March 26, 2019
Dani Busboom Kelly
I loved my time as a Husker and @CoachMiles was a big reason why. Never pretentious. Truly authentic. Always with a smile and willing to share or extend a helping hand to the “women down the hall” and that doesn’t always happen in this profession. He’ll bounce back! https://t.co/LhGIsf1vjj— Shimmy Gray-Miller (@shimmy33) March 26, 2019
Coaching at times is a tough, thankless profession. A coach has to have the discipline to erase the noise, & as my dad used to say, “leave it better than you found it.” Thanks @CoachMiles for your time & for talking to me even when you really had no idea who I was! #GBRalways pic.twitter.com/HdVLsxNoXq— MS Patriots Softball (@MSPatriotsSB) March 26, 2019