Nebraska has dismissed junior guard Deverell Biggs from the team for multiple disciplinary reasons, according to a report from The World-Herald. The 6-foot Biggs played in 15 games this season for Nebraska after redshirting last season and spending his first two seasons at Seward County (Kan.) Community College. Biggs was averaging 9.9 points per game for Nebraska — good enough for third on the team — but faced some off-the-court issues the last few years. Last season, Biggs was charged with a DUI and that led to a two-game suspension to begin this season. The junior also missed the Nebraska trip to Cincinnati on December 28th after missing a film session and sources told The World-Herald that Biggs missed another film session before Nebraska’s Sunday game against Minnesota. Biggs didn’t play in the win over Minnesota, either. Biggs also has a February 5th court date for a misdemeanor traffic offense. Campus police pulled Biggs over on January 5th for running a stop sign and a records check by The World-Herald shows that Biggs was driving on a suspended license.
Nebraska dismisses junior guard Deverell Biggs
College Basketball Talk | Jan 28