NCAA Rules Committee exploring options to stop fake injuries, per report
The NCAA Rules Committee will meet on March 1, and many fans will be happy to hear about one of the items on the agenda.
Per The Athletic, the committee is going to take a look at how to stop fake injuries in college football, something many fans have taken issue with in recent years.
According to The Athletic’s Nicole Auerbach, director of officials Steve Shaw isn’t sure what the changes will look like yet, but he said it’s “an integrity issue” that needs to be addressed:
The NCAA rules committee is exploring changes to limit faked injuries in college football.
"It’s a bad look for the game. It’s an integrity issue." https://t.co/BtBW3nMlS2
— The Athletic (@TheAthletic) January 31, 2022
Steve Shaw: "The rules committee will continue on this journey to find a way to take feigning injuries out of the game. … There will be a drive to do something. A next step. We’re just not sure what it’s going to be." https://t.co/O8fjQCbzd2
— Nicole Auerbach (@NicoleAuerbach) January 31, 2022
Will the rules committee figure out a way to halt the fake injuries that have taken over the sport? We’ll find out what comes out of that March 1 meeting.