Tar Heel Post
The newest edition of the the Music City Miracle, not to be confused with the Titans-Bills NFL version, might cause a rule change. The NCAA Football Rules Committee is likely to put into effect a 10-second runoff for offensive penalties at the end of each half just like the NFL has.

In other words, North Carolina would have never won the Music City Bowl. When the field goal team ran onto the field and T.J. Yates snapped the ball, the flag was thrown for too many men on the field. Under the proposed rule, the 10-seconds would have been runoff and the game would have been over.

Perhaps, it is a good rule, but it takes nothing away from what Butch Davis' team did in Nashville. Not only did they have an amazing comeback, but it was truly one of the most remarkable events you will ever see.

Game over.

Well, maybe not, the rule still has to be approved.
If you do not know the name do not feel bad. Brian Baker had only been the UNC defensive line coach since Jan. 10 of this year. He was the replacement for Charlie Coiner who replaced John Blake when he resigned during the investigation. Baker had been a big help in finalizing recruiting, and was expected to be great in player development.

None of that matters any more because he accepted more money and will be joining the Dallas Cowboys as the defensive line coach. Baker had been the defensive line coach for the Carolina Panthers this past season so he will acclimate well. In fact, it was the Panthers beat writer, Darin Gantt, for the Charlotte Observer who confirmed the reports.

Expect Butch Davis to make another hire soon.

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