I do know and it is the growth in research dollars spent. Neb had been under review for some time and their just wasn’t enough growth. The medical school’s #s weren’t allowed by the AAU. Neb & Syracuse exited the AAU at the same time. Neb was the first school in the history of the organization that got kicked out by the 2/3 member vote. Syracuse left voluntarily because they couldn’t meet benchmarks, while Perlman threw a fit but got nowhere.My guess is that you have no idea why Nebraska was kicked out of the AAU. My guess is that you also have no idea what other schools were and are in danger of being kicked out and what those schools had in common. I'd also bet that you dont know what's significant about how the Nebraska system is structured that if changed would have likely prevented them from being kicked out.