LITTLE ROCK — Without rule changes, there is no end in sight to the college football offensive explosion, both points and yardage, University of Central Arkansas coach Clint Conque said Monday at the Little Rock Touchdown Club.
"With all the 7 on 7 and all the things skill players do in the offseason, I don't see how you can stop it (big offensive outputs) without ruling you can't go no huddle and putting in some other rule changes that would help the defense," said Conque, whose Bears compiled 644 yards in a losing effort Saturday against McNeese State. "Right now, it's an offensive game. And at most places, selling tickets is about scoring a lot of points."
More on Conque's appearance in Little Rock and his further analysis of the loss to McNeese State will be in Tuesday's Log Cabin.