Excellent write up, cover2. One thought I had yesterday, with all of the talk about laws and rules that disproportionately affect or target black people, how has the NCAA been allowed to keep this stupid sit out to play if your helmet comes off rule? I bet you 95% of the cases are players with dreadlocks, which outside of SanFran, St George St in St. Augustine, and an occasional Starbucks, are only on black players. I understand nobody forces them to wear their hair like that, but there’s also nothing really wrong with it. If the intent was to encourage players to strap up, then they should be allowed to stay in if something happens that knocks their helmet off as long as they had both straps buckled. It’s a dumb rule and like someone said, all a team has to do to beat us is find a way to get AR’s helmet off. Even if you give up 15 yards in the process, the results would more than make up for it. Inside the 20 it becomes half the distance and gets the Jones. It’s a no brainer.