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Kentucky football: Mark Stoops says redshirt rule change is ‘win-win’ for all

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  • Kentucky football: Mark Stoops says redshirt rule change is ‘win-win’ for all

    College football’s redshirt rule underwent a significant makeover Wednesday as the NCAA announced that players can participate in up to four games and still retain an extra year of eligibility.
    It’s a proposal for which Kentucky coach Mark Stoops had advocated, and now it’s official.
    “There’s no question it would help the team and it helps the young man,” Stoops said in a statement. “It would help keep the individual engaged throughout the season if there is a chance to play.

    https://www.seccountry.com/kentucky/...rt-rule-change
    Philippians 4:11 & 4:13

  • #2
    Good change. Now the decision whether to play a RS moves into the season a bit.
    John 3:3

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    • #3
      So what's the strategy for which games they play?

      I'd try to get them in an early game, to convince them of the speed they need to play with. To show them the power the other players have. Save the other three for last games of the season if possible, barring a situation like the punter last year.

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      • #4
        Matt is trying to make me crazy I think. https://wildcatnation.vbulletin.net/...n-for-uk-footb

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