Oh, look. A new NCAA rule.
Summer used to be the sole domain of strength coaches as on-field football coaches were not allowed to have in-person coaching contact or even evaluation until fall camp began. In fact, workouts were not allowed to be called mandatory although they had become virtually that at most major college programs.
Now, teams can have eight hours per week during summer school that can be supervised by a coach. Two of those hours can be used for film review…
On the bright side, I guess you could say they’re slowly starting to dispense with the pretense. All for the players’ good, of course.