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Coach bans Huskers from facility use

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Nebraska Coach Bans Players From Facility Use (2:00)

Mike Golic and Mike Greenberg discuss Nebraska coach Tim Miles' decision to ban players from the team's locker room and lounge and to prohibit them from speaking to the media after losing to Iowa 74-46 at home on Sunday. (2:00)

Following his team's 74-46 home loss to Iowa on Sunday, Nebraska coach Tim Miles blocked his team's access to its locker room and lounge. He also banned players from speaking to the media.

Nebraska, an NCAA tournament team last season, has lost five in a row and seven of its past eight games.

"If we're not going to play with pride, play to represent our fan base and our university better than we did today, then they'll get their voice back when they earn it," Miles wrote to ESPN.com via text message.

Miles said the bans on locker room access and media interviews will continue for an undetermined amount of time.

The Cornhuskers moved into the multimillion-dollar Hendricks Training Complex in 2011. It features iPads in every locker, a kitchen, a state-of-the-art sound system, a pool table and a plasma video wall.