Why Isn’t A Player Control Foul Really a Player Out-of-Control Foul

When a player with the ball charges into his/her defender the official calls it a player control foul. No shots and defense gets the ball at the spot of the foul. How can it really be a player control foul. If the player was in control then they wouldn’t have charged the defender. It really should be called ” a player out-of-control foul. That would make more sense. So the defintion should be changed in the rule book.