In my latest post on FishDuck.com, I talk about some of the things that bug me about the rules committee’s latest attempt to shut down offenses by penalizing them for going too fast:
Earlier this month, the NCAA rejected a proposal that would have slowed down offenses all around the country, and would have literally given a “delay of game” penalty for snapping the ball too quickly. The ten-second rule, unofficially dubbed the ‘Saban Rule’by South Carolina Head Football Coach and professional golf hustler Steve Spurrier, would’ve penalized an offense that snapped the ball without giving the defense 10 seconds to substitute personnel, whether or not the offense substituted in between plays.”
You can read the post in its entirety HERE.
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