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From Penn State to Navy, Ed DeChellis is adapting


#1

http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942

“This is where I wanted to be,” he said Thursday by phone. “I enjoy getting back on the floor, I enjoy the stuff that basketball coaches do. Not the development things, not the going around and speaking. I can focus on my team.

“I’m looking at yachts coming into the harbor right now. It’s a beautiful place. I don’t regret the move at all.”


#2

[quote=“noobd, post:1, topic:2715”]http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942

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“This is where I wanted to be,” he said Thursday by phone. “I enjoy getting back on the floor, I enjoy the stuff that basketball coaches do. Not the development things, not the going around and speaking. I can focus on my team.

“I’m looking at yachts coming into the harbor right now. It’s a beautiful place. I don’t regret the move at all.”[/quote][/quote]

Good for him and good for us too getting PC to come to PSU as the new head coach! Win, win! :slight_smile:


#3

[quote=“noobd, post:1, topic:2715”]http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942

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“This is where I wanted to be,” he said Thursday by phone. “I enjoy getting back on the floor, I enjoy the stuff that basketball coaches do. Not the development things, not the going around and speaking. I can focus on my team.

“I’m looking at yachts coming into the harbor right now. It’s a beautiful place. I don’t regret the move at all.”[/quote][/quote]

It is a beautiful place. I’d move there in a heartbeat if I had a job offer in the area.


#4
[quote="noobd, post:1, topic:2715"][url=http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942]http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942[/url]

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“This is where I wanted to be,” he said Thursday by phone. “I enjoy getting back on the floor, I enjoy the stuff that basketball coaches do. Not the development things, not the going around and speaking. I can focus on my team.

“I’m looking at yachts coming into the harbor right now. It’s a beautiful place. I don’t regret the move at all.”[/quote][/quote]

Good for him and good for us too getting PC to come to PSU as the new head coach! Win, win! :slight_smile:

:slight_smile:


#5
[quote="noobd, post:1, topic:2715"][url=http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942]http://eye-on-college-basketball.blogs.cbssports.com/mcc/blogs/entry/26283066/32536942[/url]

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“This is where I wanted to be,” he said Thursday by phone. “I enjoy getting back on the floor, I enjoy the stuff that basketball coaches do. Not the development things, not the going around and speaking. I can focus on my team.

“I’m looking at yachts coming into the harbor right now. It’s a beautiful place. I don’t regret the move at all.”[/quote][/quote]

It is a beautiful place. I’d move there in a heartbeat if I had a job offer in the area.

The beautiful places in Annapolis aren’t the cheapest in the world, either.


#6

he could easily afford it. probably a great place to live. sounds like the move was the right one for him and PSU finally gets a real big ten basketball coach.


#7

Here’s hoping that he watches his driving!


#8

What qualifies Coach Chambers to be more ‘big ten’ than Coach DeChellis?


#9

I used to live in Calvert County. I’m not sure they even had cops back then.


#10

What level would the JV team play on?


#11

The JV level:)

They’d play other JV teams and post-grad prep school teams.


#12
[quote="hoops19, post:6, topic:2715"]he could easily afford it. probably a great place to live. sounds like the move was the right one for him and [i][b]PSU finally gets a real big ten basketball coach.[/b][/i][/quote]

What qualifies Coach Chambers to be more ‘big ten’ than Coach DeChellis?

I’m also interested in hearing the answer to this question. If you’re going to make STUPID comments, back them up!


#13

Ed just landed Tilman Dunbar, a great pg out of Paul VI in the Washington Catholic league. GREAT player for that level, and also might help establish Navy in the D.C. Catholic league.


#14
What level would the JV team play on?

The JV level:)

They’d play other JV teams and post-grad prep school teams.

Back in the late 80’s and early 90’s, I think Penn State-York had a basketball team that would play the Service Academies JV teams. PS-Y was not D-III, it was more like a club sport.


#15

I spent a lot of time on a JV squad. We’d play other JV squads, or JUCO programs. I’d imagine Navy would do something similar.