Two Nebraska basketball players have been indefinitely suspended by head coach Fred Hoiberg, and will not play in Sunday’s season finale against Minnesota, according to a report.
Michael Bruntz of 247Sports reported that guards Cam Mack and Dachon Burke have both been indefinitely suspended by Hoiberg. They are both headed back to Lincoln, after the team made the trip to Minnesota.
Mack was also suspended for Nebraska’s game against Michigan earlier this week. This marks the fifth time this season Mack has faced disciplinary action from Hoiberg, and it’s the second game he’s missed this year.
Details regarding the suspension were not mentioned in the tweet. Mack faced the suspension earlier this week for a “violation of team rules.”
Fred Hoiberg announces that Cam Mack and Dachon Burke have been indefinitely suspended. Both are currently on their way back to Lincoln from Minnesota.
— Michael Bruntz (@michaelbruntz) March 7, 2020
Both Mack and Burke have been consistent scorers for the Huskers this season. Burke is averaging 12.2 points per contest, while Mack is averaging 12.0.per game. Burke is the team’s leader in steals (1.4 per game) and blocks (0.6 per game). Mack is the team’s assist leader (6.4).
Nebraska closes out the regular season on Sunday against Minnesota. The Huskers will either have the No. 13 or No. 14 seed for the B1G Tournament, and will play on Wednesday, March 11 in Day 1 action.
The Huskers are 7-23 on the season with a 2-17 mark in B1G play.