The slower, the better, IMO
Michael Irvin just made a great point: No receivers who ran 4.3 in the HallofFame. That's too fast to run under-control routes. Irvin ran 4.52. I still think "the Playmaker" was the greatest receiver ever. Nobody made more big plays. So enjoy the Combine track meet.
This would please #OhioState's @ryandaytime. Among the college football rule changes being considered this offseason is one where a player ejected for targeting would be required to leave the field and go to the locker room (FREE) https://t.co/MRgt1zTDUZ
Last month, Ryan Day specifically mentioned his desire to see the walk of shame ended.
RT @ralphDrussoAP: When the headline to the release coming out of the NCAA football rules committee is Players ejected for targeting would be allowed to remain in the bench area it was a quiet meeting. One notable item: Proposal to limit replay reviews to no more than 2 minutes.
New and interesting rules proposals for college football which will be voted on April 16: players ejected for targeting don't have to go to the locker room; instant replay guidelines to have replays done within 2 mins; and allowing the number 0 to be a legal number.
Excited to be participating in this for the first time. Hope to see you there, but be warned, I can't break character!
I hate when coaches get blasted for this. If there's no shot clock and they believe stalling gives them an edge, then do it. There's no rule that says the other team has to just stand there and allow them to hold the ball. Play defense, force them to pass, pressure them.