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By James A. Lyons Jr.
The president has shifted alliance from friend to enemy
Topic - Rogers Redding
Round 1 in the fight over pace of play in college football goes to those who have the need for speed.
The proposal penalized offenses for snapping the ball before 10 seconds have run off the 40-second play clock. The committee cited player safety concerns when it passed the proposal on Feb. 12.
The NCAA tweaked its new targeting rule by requiring officials to immediately review whether players should be ejected, but it still will not allow them to reverse the 15-yard penalty that comes with the call.
The national coordinator of NCAA football officials says the decision to uphold the ruling on the field for the last play of the Stanford-Notre Dame game was correct.
Rogers Redding has been hired as college football's new national officiating coordinator.
From an officiating standpoint," he said, "it was routine."