247Sports: Rules are meant to be bent.
They’re also meant to be changed.
College football made a slew of changes in the offseason heading into the 2020 season, and with the discussions and decisions are several rules that would have affected the outcomes of games in previous seasons, particularly in big-time rivalry games near the end of the season.
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