NCAA committee proposes tweak to college football overtime rules
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The NCAA rules committee has proposed a change to college football that would see teams run alternating two-point attempts once a game reaches a fifth overtime.

The proposal comes after Texas A&M and LSU battled for seven overtimes in November, producing the highest-scoring contest in FBS history while tying a record for the longest game. The Aggies won 74-72 on a two-point attempt.

The committee also proposed a harsher targeting penalty, one in which a second targeting foul would net a disqualification from the contest and a one-game suspension.

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