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Topic - Matt Rhule
Maybe the most refreshing take about a proposed rule change that would tap the brakes on college football's pedal-to-the-metal offenses came from Temple coach Matt Rhule.
The Temple Owls went just 2-10 in the American Athletic Conference in 2013. But according to head coach Matt Rhule, the Owls' national profile is only improving.
With spring football beginning on campuses around the country this month, six 30-something coaches are getting their first crack at running a program. That doesn't include Willie Taggart _ he'll be 37 when South Florida kicks off next fall and it will be head coaching job No. 2 for him.
The difference between a legal hit and an illegal one in football is often determined by inches and seconds.
Ejecting players on the spot for using their helmets to target opponents in college football is such a sensible idea that it's hard to believe the NCAA proposed it first.
Temple has made an offer to New York Giants assistant Matt Rhule to become the Owls' new head coach, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.
"Shouldn't both sides be able to decide if they want to make substitutions?" he asked.
Rhule said it's better to be out in front of a potentially dangerous situation than too late.