Rules review video: getting away with feigning injury, late subs, and receivers out of bounds 2022 rules review video #2 National coordinator of football officials Steve Shaw posted his second weekly video this season addressing rules and interpretations in college football. Shaw again presented statistics on targeting fouls, saying that the foul occurs in out in 4.8 games on average, a slight increase to the 1-in-4.2 average

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