Anybody seen this play where Brandon Spikes jumps on the pile and tries to gouge the eyes of the Georgia back? Here's a vid:
After the big talk this week about suspending coaches, I wonder if the SEC will step up and do anything about this. Here's the pertinent NCAA rule (h/t BamaSportReport):
Flagrant Personal Fouls (Rule 9-6). For 2009-10 the rules committee has added a new section that calls for conferences in the days following a game to review certain particularly dangerous plays. This new rule says that if a player is ejected for any flagrant personal foul the conference must review the game video for possible further action. In addition, if the officials call fouls for targeting defenseless players or using the crown of the helmet and the player is not ejected, the rules mandate a conference review. Furthermore, if the review by the conference reveals actions that should have resulted in a personal foul but were not called, the conference may impose sanctions.