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Here’s how college football’s 10-second runoff rule works

This rule is designed to prevent a team from gaining an unfair late advantage. It requires three things to happen. Maybe you’ve been there before. With a minute left in the fourth quarter, an official throws a penalty flag during an incomplete pass, and one of your buddies tries to impress you with his knowledge of the game by talking about the 10 seconds that are about to disappear from the game clock.
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