KOCHVILLE TOWNSHIP, MI – The NCAA's targeting rule continues to make major headlines across the college …
LSU coach Les Miles has acknowledged his team's tackling problems. But he doesn't think the new NCAA targeting rule is having an effect on his cornerbacks and safeties. LSU has not been victimized by the rule, which can result in a …
UIL will use the NCAA rules for instant replay with two exceptions. There will be no coaches’ challenges. All reviews will be initiated by the replay officials. …
Instead, its been a new “targetingrule, which the NCAA instituted before the season to reduce dangerous hits particularly on defenseless players and improve safety on college football fields. Almost from the outset, the rule was …
One of the most heated discussions from Big 12 Football Media Days last week in Dallas was the new targeting rule, which carries with it an ejection penalty that could carry over from one game to the next. The University Interscholastic …
The UIL will use the NCAA rules for instant replay ... The UIL also announced that …
COLUMBIA, Mo. • Missouri coach Gary Pinkel addressed several topics on the Southeastern Conference conference call today while his team continues its first of two bye weeks. The Tigers (2-0) resume practice Saturday in preparation for …
UIL plays football by NCAA rules, and each year the UIL reviews exceptions …
The UIL will use NCAA rules for instant replay with two exceptions. Only replay officials will initiate the rules; coaches won’t be allowed to challenge on-field rulings. And only officials on the field will call targeting penalties. A collegiate …
Randy Adams called 14 high school football games in 2012, and not once did he throw a flag for targeting. He'd like to keep it that way. While the NCAA, and subsequently the University Interscholastic League, since it follows NCAA