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Brett Bielema expects slow-down proposal to pass

Nelson Chenault-USA TODAY Sports
Arkansas head coach Brett Bielema got a chance to speak with media on Thursday and he stands by the proposal to prohibit snapping the ball until at least 10 seconds run off the 40-second play clock. This is what Bielema had to say:
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"If one of those players is on the field for me, and I have no timeouts, I have no way to stop the game," Bielema said. "And he raises his hand to stop the game, and I can't do it. What am I supposed to do?

"What are we supposed to do when we have a player who tells us he's injured?"
In regards to the claim that there is no hard evidence of increased risk of injury, Bielema had this to say:
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"Death certificates," Bielema said. "There's no more anything I need than that."

"You have someone pass in the game of football on live TV, (and) see how that affects youth football."
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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Scoreboard - 17 months ago
Coach, for your own health and safety - give me 20 push ups right now! And what did you say? You lose every game because your opponent favors death panels? Oh - the humanity!
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lsuoilengr - 17 months ago
what a pussy
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BeerCity - 17 months ago
Someone tell me what HUNH means.
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AUlove23 - 17 months ago
So does he actually have these "death certificates" or did he eat those too?
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Foolish cock - 17 months ago
What a retard.
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AggieVball - 17 months ago
Hah, send him back to the Big 10. Arkansas has got to be loving this hire.
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TigerintheNO - 17 months ago
Brett Bielema can't handle SEC speed, the game is too fast for him.
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Sleeping Tiger - 17 months ago
Doesn't the game stop if a player is injured? His case is beyond weak, he has to dress it up with fear mongering phrases like 'death certificates'. This guy is nothing more than a fat frick that wants to change the rules for his own benefit.
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Tantal - 17 months ago
What a gaping vagina. So the HUNH is killing players now? Gimme a fuggin' break. This guy is an embarrassment to Arkansas and the game of football.
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