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Video: Arizona Made "Speed" Spoof Of Coaches In Favor Of 10-Second Rule

The University of Arizona, we assume with head coach Rich Rodriguez, released this video monday that is a spoof of those coaches in favor of the proposed “10-second rule” that the NCAA may adopt to slow down offensive play in college football. The spoof comes via the movie “Speed”...

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mattloc - 12 months ago
So 25 or more extra plays a game actually reduces injury....what a joke. College football teams have historically ran 60 or so plays a game, in the process of becoming Americas most popular college sport. Some teams now run 90+, which exposes a player to 40-50 percent more contact possibilities than those players who have played over the course of the last century.
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JackVincennes - 12 months ago
Of course Crimsonfan would say he's trying way too hard. I'm sorry who was the little bit*h who started this ridiculous argument?
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JOHNN - 12 months ago
I thought it was pretty damn funny and gets the point across without having to do interviews or name specific coaches.
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toratiger - 12 months ago
Great,RR is the Man on this
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CrimsonFanSince94 - 12 months ago
Trying way too hard he is.
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