Despite being a preseason top 25 team, Nebraska has been a major disappointment this season. The Huskers have lost seven of their last eight games, most recently losing by 28 at home to Iowa on Sunday. After the loss to the Hawkeyes, coach Tim Miles was so angry that he decided to ban his players from the locker room.
Tim Miles said managers emptied players' lockers of their belongings, put in hallway outside of locker room for them to pick up.— Brian Rosenthal (@HuskerExtraBR) February 23, 2015
"There will be chains on the doors locking it from the outside,'' Miles said, "until further notice.''
So where will the players dress?
"Good luck,'' Miles said, glaring. "They're creative.''
The players will surely find somewhere to dress, but they're missing out on a facility "with multiple big-screen TVs and pool table and smoothie bar and leather lounge chairs and heated towel racks and I-pod shower plug-ins."
The lesson? Don't lose by 28 at home to Iowa.