With all of the disturbing news that has come from Penn State over the last several months, it's a nice change of pace to talk about Tim Frazier's lightly regarded hoops career.
Frazier's obscurity stems partly from the school that he choose to attend. Even without the ongoing Jerry Sandusky controversy, Penn State is and will always be a football school.
Plus, over the last three seasons, PSU has posted a 16-38 record in Big Ten play.
After serving as Talor Battle's understudy for his first two seasons, Frazier, a 6'1" rising senior, led the Big Ten last year in assists (6.2 apg) and was the conference's No. 2 scorer (18.8 ppg).
He also led the Nittany Lions in rebounding (4.7 rpg).
If Frazier can help Penn State put some of the pieces together in 2012-13, he should get the exposure that he deserves.