Bye bye. What’s a Saturday without a little targeting fiasco?
Tennessee’s Nigel Warrior leveled this big block on Texas A&M’s Cullen Gillaspia, and Warrior was subsequently ejected for targeting. Gillaspia, a former walk-on, wears No. 12 to signify the 12th man, a storied Texas A&M tradition.
For a refresher on college football’s favorite penalty, specifically how it pertains in the above example:
No player shall target and make forcible contact against an opponent with the crown (top) of his helmet.
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