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“The message was long overdue because the NCAA has stayed relatively silent on ... The league is considering targeting other misbehavior since the transfer rule doesn’t cover offenses like DUIs and drug-related arrests. New SEC Commissioner Greg ...
m.chronicle.augusta.com · 7/17/2015
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Georgia's battle in Nashville against Vanderbilt became a bit more difficult today when Bulldogs defensive end and team sack leader Ray Drew "earned" an ejection under the NCAA's new targeting rule—and even worse, it was held up under review. We ...
Dead Spin · 10/19/2013
PISCATAWAY – It took 18 games for the Rutgers football team to experience the consequences of the NCAA’s targeting penalty but it is difficult to imagine the first time could have come at a worse time. Free safety Johnathan Aiken was called for ...
My Central Jersey · ByRyan Dunleavy · 9/28/2014
Hail to the rule change this season made by the NCAA, which allows the replay official to overturn a targeting call and the ejection that goes along with it. And that's exactly what James Allison did. Last year, the replay official could have put the ...
Fox Sports · ByMike Pereira · 11/9/2014
For months, NCAA officiating leaders explained to coaches their players would be ejected if refs deemed they were trying to hit opponents above the shoulders under new targeting rules. The officials tried to emphasize the new penalty should not be viewed ...
Orlando Sentinel · 9/16/2013
The targeting rule has been amended to wipe off any 15-yard penalty assessed to a team once a video replay rules a player may return to the game following an ejection. The rule was passed by the NCAA’s Football Rules Oversight committee on Thursday ...
CollegeFootballTalk · 3/7/2014
The USA Today is reporting that the committee chose not to forward the proposal to the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel, which will be deciding other rule changes (like issues with the targeting rule and penalties) tomorrow afternoon. Texas A&M’s …
The Dallas Morning News · ByJosh Friemel · 3/6/2014
The reality is, it’s about reacting to the latest—and greatest—squeaky wheel. Because if the new targeting rule really were about player safety, then the NCAA rules committee certainly would also address blocking below the waist—a practice that ...
Sporting News · 6/5/2013
Though the player could be reinstated if a replay review determined targeting was the incorrect call, the 15-yard penalty was still marked off. Both proposals must be approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel, which is scheduled to consider them ...
Indianapolis Star · 2/13/2014
The NCAA men’s lacrosse rules committee announced its approved rules changes for the 2011 season, most notably introducing a new penalty system for players targeting an opponent’s head. The new rule allows officials to issue one-, two- and …
laxmagazine · 10/1/2010