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Auburn defensive back Jonathon Mincy managed to get himself thrown out of Auburn’s A-Day game for an illegal hit on a teammate. Mincy was officially ejected for ‘targeting.’ Targeting is a new NCAA enacted rule for 2013 which will eject any player who is flagged for a helmet-to-helmet hit.

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TKLSUMD - 33 months ago
Pretty soon they will be playing flag football.
lsu2006 - 33 months ago
Can't wait until an LSU DB is ejected in the first quarter in Tuscaloosa. Can't frickING wait.
RockyMtnTigerWDE - 34 months ago
I agree with others. If that is the standard for targeting, it is going to be a crappy year of fouls and ejections. I saw nothing wrong in that hit. In fact I was fricking shocked when I saw it live that we could hit like that at all.
QJenk - 34 months ago
Good clean hit, love the intensity. Youre supposed to go hard against your own teammates. If you dont practice hard, you wont play hard.
bwallcubfan - 34 months ago
Good, clean hit. I can understand Auburn fans being upset with hitting that hard on a teammate in a spring game, but it is what it is. The only reason the WR was hurt was because of the way he landed. The DB should not have been penalized, and especially not ejected.
Harry Caray - 34 months ago
If that's the common standard for "targeting" that results in ejections, we're in for a long fricking season of bull shite.
mylsuhat - 34 months ago
Typical Auburn trash
ClydeFrog - 34 months ago
The only trouble with this play is that he went hard on a teammate. The hit itself was fine. Hockey gets more and more attractive as more of this gets called.
ctiger69 - 34 months ago
Looks like a good hit to me? Am I missing something???
skullhawk - 34 months ago
I'm confused. Targeting = hard hit?
im4LSU - 34 months ago
What a fricking idiot
AUlove23 - 34 months ago
Agreed the pussification of football is upon us. Clean hard hit.
WreckinRams05 - 34 months ago
Just wait until a big time player does this and gets ejected causing his team to lose a close game. Fans will be screaming for a rule change.
jdrn21 - 34 months ago
legit tackle. Hit him in the chest. No head involvement. Its football. vagina's need not apply. These rules are ruining the game Oh, and I hate Auburn.
Cadello - 34 months ago
Loston took out his own's football
Thracken13 - 34 months ago
looked like a clean hard hit to me. personally i'm liking the intensity there.
OceanMan - 34 months ago
Auburn-you are doing it wrong.
NYCAuburn - 34 months ago
"yea thats why he laid out ...hit the armpit???" So you watched the video, I take it?
TenaciousTig - 34 months ago
yea thats why he laid out ...hit the armpit???
tanneryakel1965 - 34 months ago
football is becoming a pussy sport
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