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  • Coach group wants ejection ruled out on some targeting hits

    Automatic ejections for targeting could be dropped in some cases as early as next season if an American Football Coaches Association proposal is approved by the NCAA Football Rules Committee. Few rules have caused as much consternation, frustration and aggravation among coaches, players and

    ABC News
  • Coach group wants ejection ruled out on some targeting hits

    Automatic ejections for targeting could be dropped in some cases as early as next season if an American Football Coaches Association proposal is approved by the NCAA Football Rules Committee. Few rules have caused as much consternation, frustration and aggravation among coaches, players and fans as targeting, defined as forcible

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  • Coach group wants ejection ruled out on some targeting hits

    Automatic ejections for targeting could be dropped in some cases as early as next season if an American Football Coaches Association proposal is approved by the NCAA Football Rules Committee.

    thenewstribune
  • The Rooney Rule can’t fix the NFL’s racism by itself

    The 2018 NFL season began in September with eight minority head coaches in the NFL, including seven black head coaches, the most in league history. But by the start of 2019, only two black head coaches (Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Anthony Lynn with the San Diego Charges) and one Latino head coach [

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