Do we know which teams are actually good? Does the targeting rule need to be changed? Andy Staples answers these questions and more in #DearAndy.

By Andy Staples
October 21, 2015

• Which teams are actually good? That question is more difficult to answer at this point of the season than it has been in recent memory.

• Does the targeting rule need to be changed? If applied correctly, the targeting rule is a good rule. 

• Will LSU quarterback Brandon Harris be the reason LSU beats Alabama later this year? The Tigers signal caller looked impressive in Saturday’s big win over Florida in Death Valley and he has yet to throw an interception this season.

• Some Utah players reportedly thought Arizona State was stealing their offensive signals. Is this gamesmanship or were the Sun Devils crossing the line? Fans at stadiums and even people watching at home sometimes can see those signals.

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