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Old Sat Jun 14, 2003, 02:16am
JRutledge JRutledge is offline
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Wink There own.

Please do not take this wrong, but why would they not use their own? The NCAA has their own mechanics book (just like other sports) and you can find them on NCAA Website. You can order their books thru the NCAA directly. Or you can even look at some recent issues of Referee Magazine where they have a CD that was produced with NCAA Mechanics. But the mechanics are not that drastically different than NF Mechanics at all. Of course there are differences, but they are really similar overall and not hard to pick up on.

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