Targeting reversals quirk in system
Missouri wide receiver L'Damian Washington, left, is hit by Florida's Cody Riggs, right, after Washington caught a pass on the first play of the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, in Columbia, Mo. Riggs was penalized and ejected on the play for targeting. (AP Photo/L.G. Patterson)
More than 50 major college football players have been flagged this season for delivering high hits that can result in automatic ejection under the targeting rule. But almost 30 percent of those players were allowed to stay in the game when video replay revealed the call was in error.
Sports, Pages 22 on 10/24/2013
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