A practical change to ward off injuries? Or a devious plan to slow down tricky offenses? That's the debate raging after the NCAA proposed an anti-up-tempo rule backed by, among others, Nick Saban. The rule was tabled Wednesday after much backlash, but that doesn't mean it's dead forever. If ever enacted, it would penalize offenses for snapping before the play clock hit 29 seconds, thus allowing defenses to substitute on any play -- not just ones on which the offense itself substituted (except in the final two minutes of each half).
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