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NCAA spring practice proposals advance
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NCAA spring practice proposals advance

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Jan 18, 2022, 5:46 PM

Two recommendations for changes to contact and frequency of contact in spring practice advanced to a vote to be held on Wednesday by the Division I Council. Those changes are (From NCAA.org):

- One proposal would limit full contact (tackling to the ground) to no more than 75 minutes in any one practice period that does not involve a scrimmage.

- A separate proposal would prohibit practice sessions that include full contact from occurring on consecutive days.

Clemson typically spread out its allowed spring practice full-contact sessions anyway over a month-plus with a spring break in the middle as well.

Spring guidelines already in place that would be unchanged are (via NCAA.org):

-Practices can be conducted over a 34-day period with 20 hours per week of unrestricted activities. Players must receive one day off per week.
-15 on-field practice sessions may be held, with no more than 12 involving contact.
-Full contact may not occur until the third practice.
-Eight of the 12 contact practices can involve tackling, and no more than three of those eight may be devoted to 11-on-11 scrimmages.
-During noncontact practice sessions, headgear may be worn.

https://www.ncaa.org/news/2022/1/18/media-center-spring-football-practice-recommendations-advance.aspx


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Jan 18, 2022, 5:50 PM

Good Post!

Thank You! Interesting stuff!

The game has never been safer in it's history!

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Jan 18, 2022, 6:46 PM

If you play on the line none of this crap matters. It's full contact every day when wearing helmets and shoulder pads.

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