Miles preparing for good look at model he hopes Huskers can emulate

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Posted: Monday, December 30, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN — In many ways, Tim Miles hopes his Nebraska men’s basketball program grows up to be like the one the Huskers face Tuesday night at Iowa.

The 22nd-ranked Hawkeyes (11-2) — in their fourth year under coach Fran McCaffery — are coming off a 25-win season, a runner-up finish in the NIT and are on track to break an eight-year NCAA tourney drought.

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