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Published on July 15, 2009 12:17 PM by dbo.
The latest push-button issue bubbling up in the CFL is team’s spying on each other. I’m sure it will be discarded to the trash heap in a week or two as soon as some other controversy comes along.
The trouble with creating rules against spying is how do you define it and how do you enforce it. Rules will be worked around and the stealthiness increased. I, for one, think spying to gain an advantage is a weakness. I would keep it simple and ban opposing teams’ employees and volunteers from practices. There is an obligation on teams, however, to change or rotate their signals each week as a prevention measure.
CFL’s SpyGate was published on July 15, 2009 12:17 PM by dbo.
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