Huskers, second-to-last nationally in assists, looking to share
Sophomore Terran Petteway leads NU with 16.7 points a game, but that’s not a priority for him. “I had 28 but we lost, and that didn’t feel good at all.’’
Posted: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — Members of the Nebraska men’s basketball team knew they were struggling with coach Tim Miles’ “share the ball’’ philosophy after recording just 13 assists on 56 baskets in the first two games at the Charleston Classic.
The cold slap in the face, though, came when assistant Chris Harriman dug through the NCAA statistics to find this:
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