Targeting Ejections - Ejected players be allowed to stay on the sideline with teammates, eliminating the so-called walk of shame.
Replay Reviews - A two-minute time limit for replay reviews be applied. If, after two minutes of review with no answer, the call on the field will stand.
Negative Pregame Interactions - Game officials will appear on the field 30 minutes sooner than in the past.
Duplicate Jersey Numbers - No more than two players on a team can wear the same jersey number.
Zero Numbers - The number "zero" be added as a legal jersey number.
Player Flopping - Coaches will be asked to police themselves regarding players to faking injuries during games. If it persists, the committee will re-address it next year and could be forced to crack down.
Replay reviews. Why not get the refs and whomever else LARGER screens to view the replays? The larger the screen, the more distinct the replay.
Good point, but as a USC diehard still grousing about Texas' QB Vince Young's knee hitting the ground being missed by Rose Bowl officials looking at the big TV screens up in the box for way more than two minutes, I doubt size matters.
Prediction: I'm thinking Pac-12 officials, who seem to require huddling on virtually every call they make, will find the two minute time limit annoying.
Last Edit: Mar 6, 2020 8:50:19 GMT -8 by Trojangles
Targeting ejections? A dirty hit and you wind up high giving your buddies on the bench etc? As a student of human behavior I would predict that ejections will increase significantly since the downside has lessened.