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NCAA considers rule change to slow down college football


The NCAA football rules committee has proposed two fairly significant rules changes, one of which would flag teams with a delay of game penalty when they play too quickly. One proposal, to mandate a 10-second window to allow defensive substitution before offenses can snap the ball, is likely to be controversial and appeared to take several high-profile coaches by surprise Wednesday. (USA Today)


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