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UCLA lineman literally throws a towel at a flying football

An innovative approach on defense. For now, let’s just appreciate this innovative defensive play: A UCLA DL just threw a towel at a pass. Isn't that a penalty? pic.twitter.com/BdXtVV73CE — Sam Spangler (@SamSpanglerKHON) September 9, 2017 Is there a foul for “throwing a towel up in the air to obstruct the other team’s passes?” I’m not being definiitive, but I haven’t seen it anywhere in the rulebook.
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