The NCAA's targeting rule generated plenty of controvery in its first year last season. The biggest problem with the NCAA's targeting rule -- well, other than the fact it's called differently by basically every officiating crew -- seems likely …
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The NCAA's new targeting rule is either going to save football or ruin it entirely. The right answer may depend on which fans you ask. With seconds remaining in the third quarter of Auburn's blowout victory over Arkansas State on …
The NCAA Football Rules Committee proposed an alteration involving the instant-replay review on targeting fouls during its Feb. 11-12 meeting in Indianapolis, which includes the ejection of the player committing the foul along with a 15-yard …
The NCAA changed the wording to its targeting rule Friday in direct response to the helmet-to-helmet hit sustained last week by Stanford receiver Francis Owusu. Owusu suffered a concussion when he collided with UCLA’s Tahaan …
The NCAA Football Rules Committee has proposed changing its targeting rule so a penalty can be reversed in …
Ask college football coaches about safety concerns and most would say making the game safer for players is a top priority, even if it means drastically changing some long-standing rules. "I think player safety is really important to our …
NASHVILLE, Tenn.— Jordan Jenkins’ thoughts on the NCAA’s targeting rule are pretty simple. “I think it ruins the game. I think it’s going to ruin the game of football,” said the sophomore outside linebacker following No. 15 Georgia’s (4-3, 3 ...
With college football heading into a Saturday full of marquee games, it remains to be seen how officials will react to new clarifications regarding this season’s targeting rules. The NCAA’s football rules committee said it wants to be sure …
Instant replay officials in 2016 will be allowed to stop games and create targeting fouls in situations where a penalty occurred but was missed by on-field officials. They will also be required to review all aspects of targeting fouls called …
Rules 9-1-3 and 9-1-4 in the NCAA rule book can be a costly one. Highlights: “Targeting” means that a player takes aim at an opponent for purposes of attacking with forcible contact that goes beyond making a legal tackle or a legal block or …