The NCAA Football Rules Committee has approved several proposals ... among other factors. “The targeting rule is serving the game well, and has enhanced player safety,” said Bob Nielson, chair of the committee and head coach at …
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 …
Our analysis of the NCAA Injury Surveillance Database ... “Our research is the first to report trends in injury patterns …
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 …
In an effort to improve the standards of player safety, the NCAA Football Rules Committee approved several proposals in Orlando, Florida, this week highlighted by major changes to targeting penalties and how they are properly ruled. The …
The NCAA rules committee said Friday it wants to make it illegal to hurdle linemen to block a kick and expand what constitutes a horse-collar tackle. It decided against tinkering with the targeting rule to eliminate the ejection penalty …
More changes could be coming to the way college football officials enforce the targeting rule. The NCAA Football Rules Committee wrapped up a four-day meeting Thursday and released an overview of approved proposals aimed to "enhance …
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. …
When Missouri junior running back Ish Witter went down after taking a shot to the head Saturday against Middle Tennessee, senior defensive tackle Rickey Hatley was worried. “I didn’t see (the hit on) Ish, but I just saw him blacked …
The Buckeyes rolled over Notre Dame on New Year’s Day 44-28 and they did it without All-American defensive end Joey Bosa for most of the game. Bosa was ejected in the first quarter for “targeting.” On “Mike & Mike” this morning former …