BYU is a benefactor of terrible NCAA rule against Notre Dame

The Irish will be without linebacker JD Bertrand for the first two quarters against BYU this weekend.

The Cougars also had a player, defensive back Gabe Jeudy-Lally get ejected during the second half of their last game against Utah State.

The decision by the NCAA for each player is much different.

As for the Notre Dame starting linebacker, Bertrand’s appeal did not go well and he was denied.

However, Jeudy-Lally did have his appeal approved and will suit up for the entirety of the game against the Irish.

The NCAA made a change to their targeting rule during this past off-season but their process is still very much judgmental.

Could it be that the NCAA ruled against Bertrand due to his “repeat” offense?

When you watch the hit, he keeps his head up,

and isn’t making “forcible contact that goes beyond making a legal tackle” according to the rule.

You be the judge, in your estimation was this hit by Bertrand outside the rules?

This is undoubtedly a 15-yard penalty, but an ejection and half suspension, I think not.

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