I watch a fair amount of NCAA football and find that, for the most part, the rule works and the penalties are usually appropriately assessed. A player may be flagged for “targeting.” The foul is then video-reviewed and if the call is verified ...
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The NCAA on Friday released two clarifications regarding targeting and helmet-to-helmet contact, in response to a rash of questionable calls this season. According to the release (obtained by ESPN.com), the NCAA has designated the …
The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel unveiled a handful of new rules Tuesday, including one involving targeting. Moving forward, if an instant replay official believes an on-field official erred in his or her targeting ruling, the instant replay official ...
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 …
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 …
The NCAA Football Rules Committee wrapped up a four-day meeting in Orlando, Florida, on Thursday and one of the changes that will be seen in college football this fall is how the controversial targeting rule will be enforced. Nebraska …
AP The NCAA rules committee has proposed making hurdling over linemen to block a kick illegal and expanding what constitutes a horse-collar tackle. It decided against tinkering with the targeting rule to eliminate the ejection penalty for …
The NCAA Rules Committee has proposed enhancements to the its targeting rules that would expand the role of instant replay officials. The NCAA Rules Committee has proposed enhancements to the its targeting rules that would expand …
A proposed NCAA rule change could reduce the number of targeting ejections in college football in 2017. According to a CBS Sports report, the NCAA will consider ejecting players only after a targeting call has been confirmed after review. …