I must have been listening to a different interview.
I agree with Dimes and thought it was a very good interview. What stood out to me was that Miles was, I thought, quite straight-forward.
Two things I found intriguing were 1): A desire to coach At Nebraska, for whatever reason; close to his native home in South Dakota, Lincoln being a great place to to live and raise his family, and Nebraska a good place to coach (re other P5 offers, I remember following the NCAA tournament run we were all so worried that someone else would swoop in and steal our coach away). The other thing was Miles admitting he thought that he was a different coach from the beginning of his stint here; i.e. learning and progressing during his tenure. I had been thinking that Miles was not an especially young coach, having been a head coach for 20 years, and had likely achieved his peak. Then I read somewhere that Tom Izzo had been in coaching for about 40 years, since 1979 (John Beilein since 1978). Maybe Tim Miles has a lot of room yet to grow.