Latest NCAA proposal could kill no-huddle offenses



     The NCAA Rules Committee strive to better the safety of its athletes, but their latest proposal could see more backlash than they originally anticipated.

     Two major rule changes, proposed during their latest meeting, feature a 10-second substitution period for defenses and a replay on targeting penalties. Click here for the full story.

     Hurry-up offenses, like Auburn, will be the biggest victims of these changes.

     We’ve seen how teams have fabricated injuries in the past, in order to nullify the effectiveness of a no-huddle offense, but it doesn’t seem as if that will be quite as necessary anymore.

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