INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg was taken to a hospital for evaluation after he left Wednesday night's 89-64 loss to Indiana in the Big Ten Tournament due to a cold.
Hoiberg was in visible discomfort on the Cornhuskers' bench. Doc Sadler took over after Hoiberg left the floor in the second half.
Nebraska did not make any players or coaches available to the media after the loss. The school announced Hoiberg was checked by medical personnel before the game, and then became ill later. He was taken a hospital, where he was diagnosed with a common cold and then released, according to the school.