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"The NCAA on Wednesday granted senior Penn State point guard Tim Frazier a sixth year of eligibility.
Sixth-year eligibility cases aren't common and are almost always tied to an injury, just as Frazier's is. The medical hardship waiver allows Frazier to play one more season of hoops. Frazier is PSU's best player, so this is an absolute boon to a team looking to make a jolt in a league that will be good next season, but not quite as ferocious as it was in 2012-13."
Who cares? We're NOT Penn State....
Nίκη για MSU
Good for him. He gets one more year of not making the tournament.
Good for him, hope he makes the most of it. Kid is a good tough guard, Chambers could use a slashing scorer next season.
Don't laugh to hard, they could be decent next year. Hard luck squad that returns everybody and they get by faaaaaaar their best player back.
Good to hear. Honestly, if PSU can get some other production other than Fraizer, they could be a bubble team next year.
Who the fuck is Tim Frazier? Am I right fellas?
C'mon, roughly, 19 pts, 5 rebs, 6 assists, 2 stls a game as a junior.
Obviously, not a one to one comparison as a good player on a bad team, but better numbers there than the guy who just won the National POY.
In all seriousness though I'm glad he was granted a sixth year. Hope he makes the most of it.
It is OT season and he is in the B1G.
Michigan State University is the university of Michigan
There was no doubt this was going to happen. I think the team will be much better next year, but I'm still skeptical about PSU's record. The game's they play will be much more competitive though.
You guys played a lot better towards the end of the year. If I were you I would be feeling pretty confident knowing that my best player is returning.
And the league has lost a crap ton of talent.
I honestly thought he was frosh last year (2011-2012). Didn't remember ever hearing about him before that. Good for him though. He'll be one of the best players in the conference next year.
I feel the top tier is MSU by themselves, and you could have 4-5 teams behind them.
It's one thing to be a decent team and another thing to be the terrible team nobody gets excited to play.
So he's nearly halfway to Robbie Hummel's eligibility then...
I understand where you're coming from, but the B1G was so deep last year and teams should have been up for every game.
PSU has won two games on the road in the last two years, albeit with a bad team. That's a pathetic number regardless considering the wins were a miserable BC team and an injury-depleted NW team. Until Chambers wins on the road, I'll be skeptical. However, the program is moving in the right direction and as his recruits start filling out the roster, the team will be higher in the B1G standings.
Good for him. Stay healthy!
Not looking forward to playing him twice next year, but good for him. He seems like a good kid that had a tough break. Hell of a player.
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