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Looks like a first down

25. April 2010
First Down

Looks like a first down

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Make the Right Call on Halloween

23. April 2010
Make the Right Call on Halloween

Make the Right Call on Halloween

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Referee Catsuit

23. April 2010
Referee Catsuit

Referee Catsuit

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What’s going on here?

22. April 2010
What are you doin'?

What are you doin'?

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NCAA modifies rules on wedge blocking

22. April 2010

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Sports Network) – The NCAA has changed rules for wedge blocking in football, eliminating formations of three or more players for the 2010 season.

A 15-yard penalty will be enforced if teams employ wedge formations of more than two players on kickoffs. Two-player wedges are still legal.

The penalty will be marked from the spot of the foul or from the spot of where the kick returner was tackled if it is behind the spot where the illegal wedge was formed. A wedge formation will not be illegal in an obvious onside kick situation.

A new taunting penalty will also go into effect for the 2011 season.

If a player is flagged for taunting before reaching the end zone, the score will be nullified and an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty will be enforced from the spot of the foul.

The NCAA also said players cannot wear eye black with symbols or messages, starting with 2010 season.

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That’s gonna hurt

21. April 2010
Brad Larsen, formerly of the Atlanta Thrashers

Brad Larsen, formerly of the Atlanta Thrashers

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NCAA approves new eye black, taunting rules for 2010 season

21. April 2010

By Jack Carey, USA TODAY

New NCAA football rules approved Thursday will crack down on eye black that contains messages, taunting before a ballcarrier reaches the end zone and wedge blocking on kickoffs.

The NCAA’s Playing Rules Oversight Panel OK’d the changes, which earlier had been passed by the football rules committee.

Starting with the 2010 season, players will no longer be allowed to wear eye black with any messages, words or numbers on it.

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