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Arizona has made contact with Kansas State star guard Nijel Pack

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Offline WILD

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Pack led the Kansas St in scoring, averaging 17.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists -- while shooting 43.6% from 3-point range. He had three outings with at least 30 points, including 35 points and eight 3-pointers in a narrow loss to Kansas in January. He led the Big 12 in 3-pointers per game and 3-point percentage, ranking in the top 15 nationally in both categories.

This past season, he earned first-team All-Big 12 honors and was named Most Improved Player in the league.

As a freshman, Pack averaged 12.7 points and 3.8 assists and shot 40.5% from 3.



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So we have a chance.



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Sean can promise a whole lot more than we can, this should be interesting.



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I wonder if Miller will tell him he might not want to go to Arizona because they may be on probation.  🤦‍♂️



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Maybe the recency bias might allow Arizona to have the edge in this one?

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This would be an unbelievable transfer if Lloyd can pull it off, which would obviously only occur if Benn declares.

Pack has a complete game. Without him, K-SU would have been way below average.



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I don't think the black cloud over us is what it once was. People are happy with how Tommy turned out and the IARP has come out and said they don't want the penalties to unfairly impact those that weren't even here when the violations happened. So, it seems it'll mostly focus on Book and Miller. If anything, I'd say nothing more than reduced scholarships and/or probation. So, I think Pack's decision to come here would be based more on what him coming here looks like (outside the NCAA issues).



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More about Book than Miller, but a real SOB and some inside the PAC did some real damage to the program. PAC commission, Head of PAC refs, couple coaches that were "anonymously reporting BS to the NCAA! The NCAA bias has always been there and may never go away. The ABOR and the University need to stand up for the school! A conference change would likely be a good thing, but just the application being filed would sure wake up those sleeping on this BS. ABOR demanded we go to the OAC when ASU went. The PAC did not want us! We have been misfits from the get go.  And treated that way often!
Then again it would be awesome to stay right here and have Fisch and staff turn this FB program into contenders while the BB and WBB programs continue to build. We could dominate the conference in many sports and if we could get there with the FB program?
Just saying!



 




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