What’s behind the proposed college football rules change? – USA TODAY

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USA TODAY
There is no evidence that the NCAA Football Rules Committee, in an attempt to slow down fast-paced offenses, considered making offensive players wear scuba flippers. But several coaches suggested to USA TODAY Sports that the committee might as well
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