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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    Quote Originally Posted by irNate View Post
    Pay the refs more?
    Maybe... carrot & stick. Bonus for being consistently excellent, fines/suspensions/firings for being less than excellent. Too much on the line for being anything less.


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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    Quote Originally Posted by BamaNation View Post
    Maybe... carrot & stick. Bonus for being consistently excellent, fines/suspensions/firings for being less than excellent. Too much on the line for being anything less.


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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    The new O.T. rule is basically like a shootout in hockey. With the current rules, I guess I'm fine with that because if they haven't separated themselves in four quarters and 4 overtimes, then shoot it out!

    FWIW, I like the earlier suggestion of just started at the 40. Think that would help the college overtime. It would typically require making at least one first down to get into fg position.

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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    I wish they would change the penalty for targeting. I just cannot stand the penalty carrying over into the next game.

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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Go Bama View Post
    I wish they would change the penalty for targeting. I just cannot stand the penalty carrying over into the next game.
    You might want to rethink that, because you would be allowing a disgruntled player on a team being blown out to intentionally seriously injure an opposing player late in a game. Without any further retribution than being ejected from a game that he doesn't wish to be in anyway. IOW, Alabama players facing that situation in almost every game.
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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    Quote Originally Posted by ALA2262 View Post
    You might want to rethink that, because you would be allowing a disgruntled player on a team being blown out to intentionally seriously injure an opposing player late in a game. Without any further retribution than being ejected from a game that he doesn't wish to be in anyway. IOW, Alabama players facing that situation in almost every game.
    Perhaps you are right. Personally, I don’t recall this being a big issue before the targeting rules were instigated. I don’t think the rule is a deterrent to angry athletes anyway.

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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    Quote Originally Posted by RTR91 View Post
    Somehow these guys continue to get good grades on evaluations, so I'm not sure that would matter.
    I am not sure, but I think Stevie Wonder is their evaluator. He sees nothing wrong with how they do their jobs.
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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    https://www.ruletool.info/ncaa-rule-2-definitions/3/

    ARTICLE 14. Defenseless player

    g. A player who receives a blind-side block. A blind-side block is one where a player obviously does not see the opposing blocker approaching him.

    This is a rule just waiting to be abused and falls right in line with the intent of changing the game that has taken place in the past 30 years. The proper response to this rule is that if a player is on the field he better have his head on a swivel.

    AND WHILE i'M AT IT-----------

    b. A receiver attempting to catch a forward pass or in position to receive a backward pass, or one who has completed a catch and has not had time to protect himself or has not clearly become a ball carrier.

    The proper response to this rule is to make sure the opposing coach or quarterback understands to stop putting receivers in danger.

    i. A quarterback any time after a change of possession.
    e. A player on the ground.

    Combine these two and make it mandatory for a quarterback who doesn't want to get hit after a change of possession to immediately sit down.

    tldr: go play basketball.

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    Re: New Rules by the NCAA for the 2019 season.

    Quote Originally Posted by OBMS View Post
    https://www.ruletool.info/ncaa-rule-2-definitions/3/

    ARTICLE 14. Defenseless player

    g. A player who receives a blind-side block. A blind-side block is one where a player obviously does not see the opposing blocker approaching him.

    This is a rule just waiting to be abused and falls right in line with the intent of changing the game that has taken place in the past 30 years. The proper response to this rule is that if a player is on the field he better have his head on a swivel.

    AND WHILE i'M AT IT-----------

    b. A receiver attempting to catch a forward pass or in position to receive a backward pass, or one who has completed a catch and has not had time to protect himself or has not clearly become a ball carrier.

    The proper response to this rule is to make sure the opposing coach or quarterback understands to stop putting receivers in danger.

    i. A quarterback any time after a change of possession.
    e. A player on the ground.

    Combine these two and make it mandatory for a quarterback who doesn't want to get hit after a change of possession to immediately sit down.

    tldr: go play basketball.
    I agree. It takes the incentive away for a player to be aware of what's happening around him. I saw several egregious calls on this last season, even before this change...
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