Kevin C. Cox

NCAA's new football rules include ejections for targeting hits

The NCAA's rule proposals for 2013 include an aggressive attempt to curb headshots.

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Coaches mad at NCAA hurry-up proposal

If approved, the 15-yard penalty would be removed on overturned targeting calls and a 5-yard penalty would be assessed to teams who snapped the ball too quickly.

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Clowney would've been ejected, says Pereira

The NCAA's new automatic ejections rule would've eliminated the most memorable college football play of the 2012 season, former NFL and Pac-12 officiating admin Mike Pereira told SB Nation's Steven Godfrey.

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Here come ejections

The Oversight Panel approved a group of new rules this week, most notably making ejection the penalty for targeting a defenseless player above the shoulders.

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Grading the NCAA's new rules

Two of football's primary scourges are among the items the NCAA's rules committee hopes to limit.

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Targeting ejections among NCAA rule recs

The NCAA Rules Committee has recommended nine new rules, including regulations on switching jersey numbers, wearing field-matching uniforms and spiking the ball. Assessments of each rule proposal here.

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