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Refs miss obvious targeting hit that sidelined Clemson’s Wayne Gallman

It looked bad. Another week, another targeting debate. This time, Clemson running back Wayne Gallman gets hit by NC State DB Dravious Wright. There was no flag thrown on this play, but there should have been, if you take a look at how the NCAA defines targeting: No player shall target and make forcible contact against an opponent with the crown (top) of his helmet. Wright clearly contacts Gallman with the crown of his head.
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