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For obvious reasons, I think this is going to lead to people being ejected who shouldn't be. Now if there is an automatic review for "ejectionable" hits, I might not worry about it so much. This says the play is reviewable, but does that mean we have to throw the red flag so to speak? If the player is ejected in the first half, the player misses the rest of that game. If the players is ejected in the second half, he misses the remainder of that game and the first half of the next game.
A college football player who delivers hit to the head of a defenseless opponent could be kicked out of the game next season under an NCAA proposal that took a step forward Wednesday.
This post was edited by FSUBone 14 months ago
They need to review any personal foul penalty imo.
We are screwed. Any big hit is a foul when we do it. It doesn't matter if it was clean. They just penalize us for hitting hard.
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This will add soccer-like drama to football where players will oversell the hits they take in order to draw a flag and an ejection. No different than trying to draw the yellow/red card in soccer. Don't like it.
This is horrible for the sport...
If theyre gonna take it this far why not just follow the NFL template? Plays are reviewed during the week and if a suspension is warranted then it goes in effect the following week
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