The NCAA ruled that teams could schedule twelve regularseason games (up from eleven) beginning in the 2006 season. (NCAA teams in Alaska and Hawaii, and their home opponents, are allowed to schedule an extra game over and above this limit.)

Instant replay is now officially sanctioned and standardized. All plays are reviewed by the replay officials as the play occurs. They may call down to the onfield officials to stop play if they need extra time to make a review. Each coach may also make one challenge per game. In the case of a coach's challenge, the coach must have at least one timeout remaining. If the challenge is upheld the coach gets the timeout back but the challenge is spent. If the challenge is rejected, both the challenge and the timeout are spent.

This rule change has resulted in controversy, highlighted by the matchup between Wisconsin and Penn State on November 4, 2006, in which Wisconsin deliberately went offsides on two consecutive kickoffs to run extra time off the clock at the close of the first half.[10]

On a change of possession, the clock starts when the referee marks the ball ready for play, instead of on the snap.

The referee may no longer stop the game due to excessive crowd noise.

When a liveball penalty such as an illegal formation occurs on a kick, the receiving team may choose either to add the penalty yardage to the end of the return or require the kick to be attempted again with the spot moved back. Previously, only the latter option was available.

If a team scores at the end of the game, they will not kick the extra point unless it would affect the outcome of the game.

This matchup was more significant sentimentally than competitively. This was Northwestern's first game after the unexpected death of head coach Randy Walker, who was also the winningest head coach in Miami history.

September 2After a shocking 56 season last year, Volunteers coach Phillip Fulmer sought to assure the Tyvon Branch Elite Jersey Knoxville faithful that it was only an aberration. Cal sought to validate its highest preseason ranking in a halfcentury. wins easily.

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Ohio State and were ranked No. 1 and No. 2 respectively in several polls entering this game. Ohio State goes into and wins with ease, ending the 21game winning streak the Longhorns had entering Tyvon Branch Authentic Jersey the game. The Buckeyes would hold onto the No. 1 ranking the rest of the season.

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A Kane County judge has ruled in favor of parents who sued St. Charles Unit District 303 to undo the conversion of Davis and Richmond schools to grade level centers. But the resulting court order still doesn't force the district to dissolve the centers.

The order by Judge David Akemann said evidence shows District 303 violated the provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind law by creating two new schools instead of crafting a true plan to address Richmond Elementary students repeatedly failing to meet test score benchmarks known as Adequate Yearly Progress.

Repeated failure to meet AYP results in a series of requirements for school improvement that ultimately can result in a major restructuring of a school or district if the problems persist.

Akemann said district officials had those consequences in mind when they transformed Davis and Richmond into grade level centers.

"It appears that the district developed its 2011 educational plan, at least in part, to resolve its AYP status," Akemann wrote. "Although district personnel repeatedly denied that resolving the Richmond issue was a factor of the 2011 plan, the court does not find this testimony to be credible."

Akemann's order gives district officials six months to develop a plan to D.J.Hayden Black Jersey help those failing students succeed.

That plan must include the option of transferring to a new school and receiving outside tutoring support.

The lingering question is whether Akemann believes District 303 can develop and implement such a plan for those failing students while maintaining the current grade level centers.

Akemann may address that issue at a Sept. 11 "status and any remaining issues" meeting with the district and Tim Dwyer, the attorney representing the parents who sued.

Superintendent Don Schlomann said it's true the district lost, but it's not clear what the loss means in terms of anything new the district must do or change.

"The order is asking us to do a school improvement plan, which is something we do for Richmond as required under No Child Left Behind," Schlomann said. "It requires us to do school choice, which we just got done doing for Richmond. And it requires us to offer supplemental education service, which we also have. So, everything that we've seen to date in the order is stuff that we've already been doing."

Dwyer disagrees that Akemann's order wouldn't require district officials to change any current practices.

However, he agrees the order doesn't clearly state that the grade level centers must be abolished.

Dissolving the centers is the outcome his clients have sought all along, but Dwyer said it is possible the parents might be able to work out an agreement with the district before the Sept. 11 meeting with Akemann.

"There's a lot of issues to be resolved," Dwyer said. "I'm not sure yet what will happen. There's a lot of factors."

Dwyer said it is possible his clients will appeal the decision if the result doesn't involve dissolution of the grade level centers. Likewise, Schlomann said the district might appeal if they are forced to undo the grade level centers.

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