Column: Finally, a punishment that fits the crime
Ejecting players on the spot for using their helmets to target opponents in college football is such a sensible idea that it's hard to believe the NCAA proposed it first.
The organization, after all, has never been a factory of innovation. It practically defines the term "leading from behind," especially so on matters of safety, where it usually waits for the bigger, deeper-pocketed pro sports leagues to do the heavy lifting and eventually falls in line. Besides, the NCAA has been so busy ...
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