Discussion in 'College SPORTS Forum' started by FirstCoastTiger, Dec 3, 2012.
according to NCAA rule book, definition of defenseless player:
when it is a foul:
Thanks for pointing out the obvious Nutch. Im afraid it wont matter to the gumptards that insist on proclaiming innocense for various reasons ranging from technicalities, moral equivalence, and homerism. We are all just blinded by our unfortunate position of having not been inbred in Alabama.
You are not nearly as witty as you think. Plus, "Im 15".
The helmet to helmet should have been 15 yards, no suspension. My sincere suggestion for future reference, would be for all QB's heading to the d-guy, at least somewhat curious as to what will happen to that doggone ball that just got intercepted, look both ways before crossing heavy traffic areas. And let's be safe out there guys.
Sorry, not buyin. Go sell stupid somewhere else.
if it was the olineman he passed en route to Murray, i might buy that.
but QBs are supposed to be off limits unless they're actually trying to make a play on the returner.
ole by sought out Murray and crushed him.
15 yd penalty, and a suspension.
and i would say that regardless of teams involved in the play.
if this was the NFL, he could also expect a $50k fine.
This is the argument. No decision yet and it's been a while. Longer it's goes, the more I doubt anyone can logically explain that his intent was not to get involved in the play.
I almost pitty you. Thanks for playing.
I love the "any blindsided player" part. Anyone call for the suspension of the unt player that cold cocked mett?
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