The Rules Committee for NCAA Lacrosse is meeting this week and that means the college lacrosse shot clock debate is relevant fodder for editorializing and conversation wherever lacrosse is played or consumed. Let’s take a look at all the different influences on the shot clock debate.
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Connor Wilson loves a good counterpoint, and the conversation surrounding a Visible Shot Clock is in dire need of one. This is why a Visible Shot Clock is a bad thing.
The new shot clock rule is supposed to help speed up the game of college lacrosse. But will the changes have an impact on transition and fast breaks? Or will it only impact settled six on six situations?
Connor Wilson and Mark Powers are back with Episode 3 of The Lacrosse Show! They cover U19, MLL, Pace of Play, new gear, Game Growers and Summer Lacrosse Tournaments… it’s a REAL lacrosse show!
Connor Wilson asked for someone to tell him the recent Cuse-Hop game was boring. Ryan Powell is here to answer the challenge! Plus he’s got some other thoughts on changes college lacrosse could use. Now this is a debate worth having! So what do YOU think?
Connor Wilson looks at Princeton Vs. Johns Hopkins and Syracuse Vs. Virginia and has come up with a crazy thought. Maybe we don’t need a shot clock. Maybe we just need more takeaway defenseman!
We knew the PSU – Notre Dame game would elicit calls for a shot clock in college lacrosse. Today we present an alternative answer, embodied in TWO simple rule changes. Lacrosse doesn’t need a shot clock… yet.
The Shot Clock debate rages on and on and on! Joe Vitale, all-american at Adelphi, stops by to give his perspective on how the shot clock could help, and why college lacrosse needs to make the switch to MLL style lacrosse!
Ryan Connors unleashes his first post on LAS and it’s a doozy dealing with the shot clock in college lacrosse. The IMLCA Convention in Baltimore got RC36 thinking, so now it’s time for a discussion! Welcome the new guy to LAS!
The shot clock debate is still raging, and it’s getting a lot of attention. Some say it’s great, others say not so fast. But it all comes down to ONE issue.
There has been a LOT of talk about rule changes for college lacrosse lately. Shot Clocks, Quint Kessenich, fall scrimmage experimentation, the NCAA, sideline horns, face offs… this post has it all.
Connor Wilson takes a look at the sideline horn in this week’s Hot Pot! Plus we’ve got links and sick video that will make you say, “YEAH”!
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Chris Fox is back with a quick fix for the NLL that would result in more excitement and less boring, “down time” during the course of play. Can all of this be achieved with one simple rule change? Probably not, but it would certainly help!