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  • 21 March 2019
    导出博客文章The NCAA has issued two new interpretations to guide how officials should
    identify targeting fouls, one of which is meant to clarify the exact location of
    the crown -- the part of the helmet which must be used to incur such a targeting
    penalty.It seems that some officials have been interpreting the crown of the
    helmet to mean the tip-top portion of the helmet only, NCAA Football
    Secretary-Rules Editor Rogers Redding said in a release. We want everyone to
    understand that the crown of the helmet starts from the area above the facemask
    to the dome of the helmet.The NCAAs reiteration, which comes in the aftermath of
    Stanford wide receiver Francis Owusus concussion at UCLA last week, clashes with
    a Pac-12 statement supporting its officials decision not to penalize the Bruins
    Tahaan Goodman for his hit on the play.While there was certainly
    helmet-to-helmet contact, neither the game officials on the field or the replay
    officials called targeting because contact was with the front of the helmet and
    not the crown (top) of the helmet, the conference said in a release.Replays
    showed that Goodman appeared to hit Owusus helmet with the area above his
    facemask. According to the NCAAs release, that counts as the crown -- meaning
    that the hit should have been flagged for targeting.Stanford coach David Shaw
    advocated for rules changes as a result of the non-call this week, saying that a
    targeting penalty should blanket all helmet-to-helmet contact -- and not just
    that initiated by the crown of the helmet.To me, the letter of the law is
    immaterial, Shaw said. If you have contact on one helmet to another helmet, that
    should be a penalty. We should go back and reword our rulings, go back and
    reteach our officials and our replay officials. Were trying to take care of
    these young men. Plays like this should be penalized so that they stop
    happening. If we dont penalize them, they will continue to happen.... There is
    language [in the rulebook] that obviously needs to be amended, preferably sooner
    than later. And I think youll get relatively unanimous support for such
    language.The second interpretation released by the NCAA on Friday pertained to
    replay officials, who have the opportunity to stop the game to determine if an
    egregious targeting foul was missed by on-field officials.There have been some
    instances where this rule couldve been applied for targeting fouls, Redding
    said. We want to provide more guidance so that this rule is applied more
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    month ago. Georgia managed just 164 yards of offense in last weeks 24-10 loss to
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    team thats rolling in many areas.Weve got to be able to answer the things they
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    spread formations. It certainly hasnt been as consistent as wed like it to
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