Here’s another awful “targeting” penalty call in college football

The UCF-South Carolina game gave us another example of how the NCAA’s new “targeting” penalty should NOT be enforced. South Carolina’s Brison Williams got called for targeting and ejected from the game after this pass break up, which appeared to be a very clean hit on a UCF receiver. The ejection was later overturned after a review, but the rules don’t allow for the penalty to be revoked.

Dumb.

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