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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

    I'll know leagues are serious about patient safety when everyone has to wear a padded helmet like Mark Kelso.



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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

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    What do you define as senseless? One could argue the entire game can cause senseless injury.
    Your posts.....

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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

    Dont like any of them.

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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

    This "safety" stuff is pure bull****. They dont give a crap about "player safety" they care about fending off ambulance chasing lawyers.....AND money from big name offensive players staying on the field.

    Mike Utley was paralyzed on the field. Yet the NFL didnt ban the technique that almost killed him. Oh....but make a tackle that puts Superstar WR out... or get near Bradys knee? BAN THE TECHNIQUES. Touch the precious offensive players in the helmet? Ban it.

    Funny how they flag and eject defenders for lowering their heads for "safety" reasons....yet...when a running back does it its the exact same "safety" risk with the lowered crown, but its legal.
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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by Bucs2016 View Post
    This "safety" stuff is pure bull****. They dont give a crap about "player safety" they care about fending off ambulance chasing lawyers.....AND money from big name offensive players staying on the field.

    Mike Utley was paralyzed on the field. Yet the NFL didnt ban the technique that almost killed him. Oh....but make a tackle that puts Superstar WR out... or get near Bradys knee? BAN THE TECHNIQUES. Touch the precious offensive players in the helmet? Ban it.

    Funny how they flag and eject defenders for lowering their heads for "safety" reasons....yet...when a running back does it its the exact same "safety" risk with the lowered crown, but its legal.
    Well said. If it keeps headed this direction the game will be ruined.

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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

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    Your posts.....
    Your post are so insightful. You're a great asset to this board.

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    Re: NCAA Rules Committee: 3 Rule Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickels View Post
    Your post are so insightful. You're a great asset to this board.

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