Here's the angle from the NC State perspective... http://ncstate.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1363765 Man, my commentary on this is this. EVERY coaching change brings turmoil--and this is just part of it, good or bad. Sure fans will now say, "good riddance" or "no big deal" and this and that, but it's a shame to me on various fronts. One, on the front that Ralston Turner is just a sophomore and he can man up and get better, with a little bit of competition coming in the door. Coleman plays the 3 and Hammink is a Frosh. Turner as a junior could have helped us next year in more of a true 2 position. He had a "sophomore slump" like many people do. LSU loses a kid who had a ton of SEC experience and helped LSU win some big games (i.e., Marquette). I just think both parties lose with this and well, the story may not be told as to whether Jones forced this situation or was the victim. Unfortunately, the reality is there's just so little loyalty in today's game. If you can't be the "man" switch schools--forget the fact that you came to a university to get an education and a college experience. Am I happy with Swilling replacing Turner? Perhaps. Not sure. Swilling's shorter, and not as much of a pure shooter--perhaps he's a better defender--but is he simply another John Isaac? The only way this is a good thing is if Pollard is really still in play, and now he sees a wide open LSU roster to play both 3/4 in, and Coleman has the ability to shift to the 2 position. Isaac also could be happy--but frankly, Isaac has work to do on his offense to really be able to help this team.