Replay it again ... please.
So targeting continues to be the talk of the early season ... and the disdain of a certain college football rules analyst.
About halfway through the second quarter, with Alabama leading Texas A&M 21-14, the Crimson Tide's Ha Ha Clinton-Dix was defending Aggies wide receiver Derel Walker on a sideline play and Clinton-Dix was called for a targeting foul and was subjected to ejection from the game.
It was deemed not targeting by the replay official and Clinton-Dix was allowed to remain.
My problem with this rule: Everybody agrees this play wasn't targeting, yet the foul stood as called because replay can't review any part of the play except the ejection.
It almost sets a double standard. Replay confirmed it wasn't targeting, and they could see clearly it was not a foul. So if the NCAA is going to go this route on the targeting foul rule and the enforcement of it, I think it should go the all the way and review the action foul as well.
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