Chiozza didn't finish great last year though. Perhaps due to fatigue and having to rely on him, but looking back at his Feb/March stats, his struggles led to our team struggles and nearly missing the NCAAT. Of course going forward we are likely relying either on a true freshmen, a true sophomore, or some form of "PG by committee". None of those things usually bode well for replacing a senior PG who was in a way the heart and soul of the team. But on the bright side, it's not like Chiozza's actual production is impossible to replace. But it's fair to worry about those intangibles. I'm guessing the ball will be in Hudson's hands alot next year to take the load off whoever is playing PG.