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"The message was long overdue because the NCAA has ... the rule. "I've heard some coaches say that. I guess potentially it could be a little bit. But the SEC has their rules, and we live by them." The league is considering targeting other misbehavior ...
New York Times · 7/16/2015
[Via USA Today] NCAA is modifying the administration ... Does this qualify as “targeting”? Should he have been penalized? Should it have at least been reviewed? Here’s a prime example of the rule in affect, just so you know what an immediate ejection ...
Sports Grid · 10/12/2013
“I think it’s definitely gotten better. They definitely have put a lot of rules in place to kind of help prevent (concussions),” Joseph said. “I wasn’t a big fan of the targeting rule a couple years back, but it’s just about the way you ...
McAlester News-Capital · 7/21/2015
Arnold said the group is targeting Freeburg — four years after visiting to ... Already, some college teams have made the change to comply with NCAA rules, including the University of North Dakota, which has yet to replace its Fighting Sioux mascot.
Public Opinion · 7/10/2015
The NCAA Football Rules Committee proposed two new rules at its meeting in Indianapolis that concluded Wednesday. One made sense—to eliminate a 15-yard penalty for targeting if the mandatory video review of the play overturns a player’s …
KY Forward · 2/13/2014
"The message was long overdue because the NCAA has stayed relatively silent on the ... 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 ...
Charlotte Observer · 7/16/2015
USC will be without starting linebacker Hayes Pullard for the first half of Saturday's nonconference ... Stadium after a collision with kick returner Ty Montgomery. Under NCAA rules, players ejected during the second half of a game for targeting are ...
Los Angeles Times · ByGary Klein · 9/9/2014
"The message was long overdue because the NCAA has stayed relatively silent on the ... 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 ...
US News and World Report · 7/16/2015
Allow the NCAA a moment of clarity: among this year's proposed rule changes, there is something un-stupid in taking away the mandatory fifteen yard personal foul accompanying a targeting penalty. In 2013, this was assessed even on overturned targeting
SB Nation Edsbs · 2/13/2014