Gerry Broome, Associated Press
The Atlantic Coast Conference is setting the standard this season when it comes to sharing player injury information.
Still, some say the conference guidelines would work even better if all ACC coaches participated fully in the process that they themselves developed.
Two days before conference games, ACC schools are obligated to release lists of their injured players.
There are concerns about the process, mainly that nothing can be done to a coach who chooses not to comply.
Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris says coaches "sandbag. There ain't no wondering. That's just part of being a coach."
But ACC Associate Commissioner for Football Operations Michael Kelly believes the process works, and most coaches agree.
Kelly says the coaches have enough respect for each other to follow their own guidelines.
- Former BYU linebacker Kyle Van Noy undergoes...
- First steps: Utes open season with 56-14 win...
- CBS Sports analyst predicts BYU to Big 12...
- BYU starting cornerbacks Jordan Johnson,...
- BYU Cougars looking for opening-game...
- BYU coach, players answer questions at fireside
- Brad Rock: What the Utes now know: very little
- Felt's Facts Week 2: Utah high school...
- College football predictions: How will... 140
- The good, the bad and the most likely:... 63
- First steps: Utes open season with... 60
- It's go time for the Utes: Utah kicks... 57
- NFL cuts tracker: Former Cougars... 50
- Brad Rock: One thing already missing in... 50
- CBS Sports analyst predicts BYU to Big... 48
- Utah football: Utes eye successful start 42