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The NCAA is officially moving kickoffs from the 30 to the 35-yard line next season with the hope to keep players safer. The panel also approved a rule that will require a player who loses his helmet during a play to leave the game for one play, and there are also new guidelines regarding blocking below the waist and blocking on punt returns.

Annnnd yawn.
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Don't worry. Miles will still have the ball sky kicked to the 15 yard line.
Reply57 months
a further castration of the game....Seems like Goodell is twisting some arms in the NCAA office
Reply58 months
"The panel also approved a rule that will require a player who loses his helmet during a play to leave the game for one play"

Uhhhh? They do realize they put the helmet back on for the next play, right?
Reply58 months
Yawn is right.
Reply58 months
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