Here I was thinking Chrabascz played forward all those years. Guess you figured out all on your own that because when he went one on one on his dribble to the basket and turned his back during so many of those times that he was a post player. I'd bet pretty close to 100% of his moves on offense started somewhere on the perimeter (certainly outside of the paint) and facing the bucket. Or maybe you define him as a post because of some of Holtmann's wacky substitutions or because of foul trouble and Chrabascz was the tallest Butler player on the court at times and by default guarded the opponent's five. Still, not exactly my definition of a post player. Wideman a Senior, Fowler improving and showing some real progress last year and Brunk added to the mix, I thought there might be some decent and potentially consistent production out of the post position this season, even if by committee. Hence the comment in my post. But what do I know since I'm one those ill-informed BUTLER FANS.