Because it’s late October, the temperatures are getting colder and the days are getting shorter, here’s a handy guide to watching football in Ohio for the rest of this season: Grab a hat, some gloves, a blanket and maybe a thermos of hot chocolate. Maybe even a mixer, too.Most importantly, don’t blink.Football is being played faster than ever, at every level, and those guiding it don’t see a change coming anytime soon. What used to be three yards and a cloud of dust has become three yards from a swing or screen pass and cloud of those little rubber pellets that fly up from the new artificial turf, followed by another snap and another cloud of dust in 10-16 seconds.Huddles are going the way of the leather helmet. It’s all about the spread, and not just making defenses defend every inch of the field but beating defenses to the call — and to the punch — with tempo and some college teams playing so fast they’ve run more than 100 plays in a game.”It’s made football fun again,” University of Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville said.Tuberville has been all over the South in a 35-year coaching career before taking Cincinnati job… Read full this story
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