I would hate to see (them taken out). I think special teams in the old days were all collision. I just think it’s adapting with the rules. The NAIA has adopted new rules over the years to cut down on helmet-to-helmet hits and blocks below the waist. Lynn Meredith, vice president for championships, marketing and communications with the NAIA, said the NAIA football coaches association follows NCAA Division I rules. That is done, in part, so officials have an easy time going from NCAA to NAIA games. If rules are being considered in a particular sport at any level due to safety, you obviously want to err on the side of safety for our student athletes, he said. If it’s a change made primarily for safety’s sake, we would be all-in on that. Although all three coaches acknowledge the inherent risks that come with the kickoff, it doesn’t seem to be enough for them to support change. So, the next thing they’re going to do is take the pass out of it? Scott said. To me, that’s the same thing.
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More Now that his dramatic story of an armed robberin Rio putting a cocked handgun to his forehead has been proven false, Ryan Lochte has taken responsibility for his “immature behaviour”. In his first public comments since the story unravelled, the 12-time Olympic medallist told NBC he took the blame for what ultimately became http://postmatthewyoung.haralsoncounty.org/2016/08/01/emerging-guidance-for-deciding-upon-factors-of-job-negotiation a high-profile international incident between the United States and Brazil. Lochte described how four Americanswimmers being asked to pay for damages at a gas station by two armed guards blossomed into a much taller tale, and took the blame for letting it get that far. “That’s why I’m taking full responsibility for it,because I over-exaggerated that story,” Lochte said. “If I’d never done that, we wouldn’t be index in this mess. Those guys would never be [detained] in Rio. None of this would have happened. It was my immature behaviour.” Lochte already had returned to the USwhen Brazilian authorities began to increase the pressure on the American swimmers as they had trouble corroborating Lochte’s claims of a hold-up on Sunday morning. That left younger team-mates Gunnar Bentz, Jack Conger and Jimmy Feigen to have their passports pulled, be questioned by police, and be paraded in front of cameras in a story that threatened tooverwhelmthe actual competition in the second week of the Rio Games. In taking responsibility, Lochte nonetheless clung to the threads of his original claim as he described the swimmers’ encounter at a gas station at around 6amSunday after a long night out.
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