Spring football stupidity

The most amazing stat I’ve seen from all of the spring football stories I’ve read isn’t the attendance figure from the A-Day game, but rather this little blurb from Syracuse’s spring game:

Officials stopped the game twice to review plays (how weird is that?). Both times, calls on the field were upheld.

For the love of God, reviewing plays at a spring scrimmage? Do I even want to know why? Or how?

And, on another front, those of us who thought those family friendly zones instituted at Georgia last year were the dumbest things imaginable… well… maybe not.

(h/t Sunday Morning Quarterback)


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  1. At Bama, they would’ve booed the four year old for potentially hurting their player.