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ducktale
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If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
This shite is unbearable.


Tarpon08
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Member since Dec 2014
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
So if a guy catches a cramp and needs attention but is fine 3 plays later should sit for a quarter?


captdalton
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Yes


pankReb
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
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Yes


Sounds like a great idea that in no way shape or form could lead to people intentionally twisting people's ankles or punch them in the dick in the 4th quarter to take players out of the game.


Nah....wouldn't happen at all.


ColdTurkey
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Member since Nov 2019
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Dumb post.


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Jjdoc
Columbia Fan
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Member since Mar 2016
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Yep.

1 play is not enough for that shite.


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BuzzSaw 12
Georgia Tech Fan
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Member since Dec 2010
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
A quarter is a bit excessive but sitting the remainder of that series would be fine by me.


3rddownonthe8
Georgia Fan
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Member since Aug 2011
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
That’s ridiculous.. but I do think the player should be ineligible to renter the game until a first down or change of possession


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sorantable
Atlanta Braves Fan
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Yes, punish players for getting hurt. Good call.


lsufball19
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Member since Sep 2008
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
If they need medical attention on the field, they shouldn’t be rushing back in a play later. This is about player safety, not punishing anyone


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captdalton
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
If a player is successful at twisting someone’s ankle or punching him in the dick, they are going to go out of the game for a little while anyway. And if the person doing the twisting and
punching is caught, he is probably going out for the rest of the game.


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five_fivesix
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
I agree. Sitting the rest of the series would take care of a lot of the dives. A whole Quarter would lead to what pankReb said.


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ugasickem
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Should sit for the rest of the offensive series


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go ta hell ole miss
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
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Sounds like a great idea that in no way shape or form could lead to people intentionally twisting people's ankles or punch them in the dick in the 4th quarter to take players out of the game.


If they did that those players would be ejected. Any intentional/personal fall causing injury to another player negates the rule.

It won’t work. The SEC should review these on a team by team basis and if the integrity of the game is compromised based on all circumstances after season long situations are reviewed then pulling scholarships at the end the season would have a chilling effect.


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LegendInMyMind
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Not the quarter, but definitely for the remainder of the possesion. That will greatly cut down on the dives.


lewis and herschel
Georgia Fan
Member since Nov 2009
7576 posts

re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
Or slow the game down on O, i mean sure is a lot injuries when teams do the go fast o.

Player and ref safety is something they can somewhat control.


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makersmark1
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
If you need help on the field, there needs to be a safety period to protect the player.

At least that possession if not the quarter or half.



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GWM
Member since Aug 2021
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
A quarter is a bit harsh. They should have to sit for the rest of the current drive, plus one full drive after the "injury".


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Jumpinjack
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re: If you create a medical timeout, you need to sit for a quarter.
You misspelled quit


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