It sounds like you agree with my response, then!
This is the perfect comment to make if your intention was to illustrate that you don't know what you are talking about.
It's an interesting decision. I actually agreed with Chambers, for the main reason that Penn State had been miserable shooting from deep all night, and a foul likely gets at least one point on the board for Illinois. But I can totally see both sides of the argument.
Mildly disagree, as Adisa Isaac was almost surpassing him by season's end as a true freshman. I think, either way, he knew he'd be third or fourth on the depth chart at best.
He has the ability to start at a decent school, and a grad transfer makes a ton of sense for a guy like him. On that, we both agree.
There has been no indication that Shorter is conflicted the way Wade was last season. Everything seems to indicate he wants out. I would be stunned if he returns to Penn State.
The unfriendly whistle is becoming to be a real problem. They don't get the home court advantage other teams get, even with their success and their star senior players. Anyone who has watched the games would agree it is not conspiratorial to say so.
This is very disrespectful to Paul Jones.
My greatest gift to my friends is that I went to Penn State for sports broadcasting (and specifically play-by-play), so when they are driving somewhere and can't watch a game, they can call me and I'll give them a radio play-by-play over the phone.
I would not call Slade to the slot "likely." I think it is more likely that he remains at running back, but that they draw up more 21 personnel plays where he can motion out to the slot, as a way to get him on the field more frequently. The wide receiver group is going to be inexperienced and without a history of production, so their best plan at this point would be to see how they can use their running backs and tight ends more, as they have great depth at both positions. Changing up personnel more frequently is one more way to keep the defense off balance.
We'll likely be covering transfer portal options once that scene starts to take shape in the next couple of weeks.
Alabama is the fourth-worst team in all of Division I in turnovers per game, with 18.5 per. For comparison, Penn State averages 12.9, which is slightly better than the average team.