Published Monday, January 27, 2014 AT 3:51 PM / Updated at 4:54 PM
Huskers hold decision on Biggs until Tuesday
Lee Barfknecht Omaha World-Herald

Nebraska basketball coach Tim Miles said Monday afternoon that his consideration of guard Deverell Biggs’ status with the team would continue Monday night and into Tuesday.

The junior out of Omaha Central missed Nebraska’s win over Minnesota on Sunday for “personal reasons.” Miles declined further comment.

Two sources told The World-Herald that Biggs missed a film session earlier Sunday. Biggs was suspended for Nebraska’s Dec. 28 game at Cincinnati for missing a film session.

Also, Biggs was issued a traffic citation on Jan. 5 by UNL campus police for operating a vehicle while having a suspended driver’s license.

UNL police said Biggs was pulled over at 2:10 a.m. for running a stop sign. Biggs license had been suspended for 60 days for driving while intoxicated on Dec. 23, 2012. That suspension has expired and Biggs is eligible to have the license reinstated.

He has a Feb. 5 court date for the traffic misdemeanor.

That DWI case cost Biggs the first two games of the regular season in November as punishment.

Biggs is Nebraska’s third-leading scorer at 9.9 points a game.

About Lee Barfknecht

Lee Barfknecht has won nine national writing awards from four separate organizations, and is a 12-time winner of the Nebraska sportswriter of the year award. He covers Big Ten football and basketball, Nebraska basketball and other college financial issues for The World-Herald. You can email Lee at lee.barfknecht@owh.com