Penn State’s Chambers Looks To “Turn Page” After Outburst

At his weekly press conference, the Nittany Lion coach generally declined to comment on being thrown out of a recent game at Michigan State.

In the first half of Penn State’s 88-57 loss at Michigan State Sunday, official Tom Eades hit Nittany Lion coach Pat Chambers with a technical foul for complaining about a foul call on PSU forward Brandon Taylor.

When Chambers questioned the technical, a second official — John Higgins — hit him with another one. And that marked the end of the day for Chambers, as two technicals result in an automatic ejection. Chambers errupted, and certainly got his money's worth for the second tech. (Though as of Tuesday night, the Big Ten had not announced any fine or reprimand for Chambers.) 

At his weekly press conference Tuesday, Chambers very politely declined to answer questions about the incident. He did, however, reveal what he did after being tossed from the game.

Above, you can check out his comments.


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