The NCAA is finally allowing a college football coach to coach his players.
Now, that means that, after a long, drawn-out process, coaches are now allowed to have a little fun with their players on the field.
The rule, which went into effect last week, is an effort to bring more spontaneity to college football.
In previous years, coaches were forced to do this because they would lose a lot of money for the games and the coaches were only allowed to be there once.
But the NCAA has made the rules more lenient, allowing coaches to do more in the heat of the moment, without worrying about the ramifications.
Here are five reasons to enjoy college football in 2017:1.
You can go to the grocery store for freeThe new rule will allow anyone who wants to shop at a grocery store to do so without paying a dollar more than the store would charge for the same items.
That means you can go shopping for groceries, groceries for groceries and groceries for free.
This is a great way to bring in new customers who might otherwise stay home and do nothing.2.
You no longer have to pay to use your cellphoneThe NCAA announced that the cost of using your phone is going to go down from $10 to $1.
The rule will also allow coaches to use their own phones for all of their meetings and other personal meetings.3.
You don’t have to sign up for an email newsletter anymoreThere is now a new requirement that coaches have to notify the NCAA when they send an email to their fans.
It’s a great marketing tool to keep fans on the lookout for upcoming meetings.4.
You now have the ability to do a few other cool thingsThe new NCAA rule allows teams to use a variety of promotional materials during games, including T-shirts, hats and other merchandise.
This includes videos, merchandise and even free food, drinks and more during halftime.5.
You’ll be able to go shopping with your mom for free!
We don’t know exactly how the rule will affect the cost per game, but it will allow teams to offer discounted merchandise during games.