Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor, February 28, 2016
This isn't the first time Patrick Chambers will leave East Lansing, Michigan, frustrated with the officials.
The Penn State head coach was hit with back-to-back technical fouls and ejected with 4:53 remaining in the first half of Sunday's loss at the Breslin Center. Chambers was upset with an offensive foul call on Penn State star Brandon Taylor, and needed to be restrained by assistants before walking off the court.
In last season's 66-60 loss at Michigan State, Chambers was assessed a crucial technical foul, prompting him to release nearly four years of frustration of not getting calls in his postgame press conference.
"At some point, this thing's got to stop, it's got to switch, I'm not a Hall of Fame coach," Chambers said. "Nothing against Tom (Izzo), nothing against John Beilein, nothing against all these other guys, but it's got to stop."
Here is Chambers' opening statement from Sunday afternoon's postgame press conference.
And here is the Chambers aforementioned 2015 postgame presser.