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Bob Holliday: What's New In ACC Football


For the first time in three years, the ACC will not be adding any new teams. Nor have any schools changed coaches. But the average ACC fan will find some key differences for the 2006 season. There will be a change in instant replay procedures. Coaches will now be allowed to call a time out for the purpose of challenging an official's ruling. If the ensuing replay overturns the ref's decision, the coach will not be charged a time out. If the decision on the field stands, the challenging team will be charged a time out. (WRAL.com)


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