Senior cornerback Jonathan Moxey was ejected for targeting in the fourth quarter of Boise State's 21-10 win over Utah State on Saturday, and according to NCAA rules, a player who is ejected for targeting in the second half of a game …
The NCAA ... Rules Committee approved a proposal that would allow greater use of instant replay in order to enhance player safety. The initiative would expand the role of replay officials, allowing them greater control when it comes to the …
College football coordinators can do away with those oversized, cumbersome laminated playsheets — at least in the …
Protecting the health and safety of our students will continue to be our highest priority.” Applicable NCAA Playing Rules Specific to Targeting in the 2016-17 Rule Book: No player shall target and make forcible contact against an opponent …
The explanation given by game officials -- targeting -- set off a frenzy on local airwaves ... but for decades to come. The NCAA rules have some bite to them, and that's a great thing. Contrast what happened in the BYU game to last …
Shaw just started a four-year term as the secretary-rules editor of the NCAA’s Playing Rules Oversight Panel, and he carries his belief in and support for the current targeting rule into that role. “We have a great game. It builds strong …
"My argument was, we have just as much of a right to the ball as they do, and you see clearly he put his hands out going for the ball, but that's not how the rule ... Targeting should have been reversed by the Replay Official. Prior to the 2016 …