The no-huddle craze: College football defenses play catch-up and even practice fake injuries
Tue Aug 27, 2013
Up-tempo offenses are redefining college football entering the 2013 season. They're creating the need for versatile defenders to keep pace, keeping officials on their toes, and even raising ethical questions about faking injuries. "No one is talking about this, but look for more fake injuries by the defense," ESPN analyst Kirk Herbstreit said.
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