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College Football Proposes New Rule Changes

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The B1G Show is back! This week the NCAA football rules committee announced a pair of potential rule changes. One of the proposals would prevent offenses from snapping the ball until there is 29 seconds remaining on the play clock, which has received much criticism from the offensive coaches in the world of college football. 

What's the motivation? Are there other solutions? How does it impact the Big Ten? We'll answer those questions and more, as well as give our take on the potential rule change.

The second less controversial rule change involves the targeting rule. The proposed change would allow the officials to overturn the 15-yard penalty when they go to replay. 

Hosted by Daniel Mogollon & Lloyd Ribner III

 

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