A brain game?
That sounds like a challenge to the NCAA, which has yet to rule out banning the game.
But according to former college football star Darryl Tapp, the NCAA has a lot of explaining to do.
Tapp was on CBS Sports’ SportsCenter on Monday night and asked NFL players to come up with some way to beat brain games.
Tapp, a former defensive end and current quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, said that the NCAA should ban the game, because it can’t be beaten.
“It’s a big, big brain game,” Tapp said.
“It’s the ultimate in brain games.”
In other words, it is hard to beat.
The NFL, according to its official website, says that the brain game is played when a player, in his or her first week of college football, “sits on the sidelines, watches a video game or plays a video-game controller.”
The game requires players to choose a number from a set of numbers, then count them from 0 to 9, with zero being the best and 9 the worst.
Players are also encouraged to choose the number that has the greatest chance of getting the ball to their quarterback.
Players have to answer the following questions before they play the game:Who’s the best quarterback in college football?
What number is the best?
What’s the worst number in college basketball?
Which college football team is the worst in the nation?
The NCAA says it has “a longstanding commitment to the health and well-being of all student-athletes, including its students, and all athletes who participate in this unique sport.”
So, it seems unlikely the NCAA would ban the brain games, even if it had to, given the fact that it has been playing the game for years.
The NCAA is still debating how to define a brain game.
If a game is judged to be a brain-game, then the NCAA could fine a student-on-student offense and suspend the student for one game, according the Associated Press.
But if the NCAA were to ban the games, it would be difficult to enforce because players would still be allowed to participate in the game after they’d been suspended.
A brain game, for instance, would likely be judged as a contest between the quarterback and a teammate who was not in the same room.
In any case, the rules governing the game are complex.
It’s not clear how much of a brain injury is a game-winning play, for example, or how many points a player has to win to win a game.
The brain games are an increasingly popular sport in the U.S. and are increasingly popular in college sports.
But they’re also highly controversial, with one recent survey showing that nearly half of college players believe they’re being cheated.