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July 17, 2013 3:16 PM

SEC officials coordinator says ‘targeting’ rule will help player safety

A new rule passed by the NCAA in March requires referees to eject any college football player who “targets,” or strikes, a defenseless opponent above the shoulders with his elbow, first, forearm, helmet or shoulder while attempting a tackle.

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