|Bowden proposes changes to XPs instead of hurry up offenses|
|by Tony Crumpton - Associate Editor - Tuesday, February 18, 2014 11:24 AM||
Former Clemson head coach Tommy BowdenTommy Bowden
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If we want to change a rule, change the extra point rule like the NFL is considering. This would even bring more thrill and suspense to a game that is gaining in popularity every year.
How would it work? There would be no more kicking on a extra point and the team would have an option to run a play for 1 point. A touchdown would now be worth 7 points. If you elect to go for an extra point and fail, then you lose 1 point and you now have 6 points. If you successfully make the extra point attempt, you get 1 point and now have 8 points. You can also chose not to attempt and extra point and your total would remain at 7.
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