NCAA targeting rule will cause players to 'lower your strike zone'

The NCAA's new targeting rule has yet to be used in a college football game, but it already has come under fire. Plus, it has been interpreted in a variety of ways.

The rule would allow referees to eject any player who leads with their head to make a tackle or a block. The Los Angeles Times looked at the long-term impact the targeting rule could have on college football.

At least one player is worried about the new rule will change his game.

-- Bill Bradley, contributing editor

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