The more time-outs, the more plays; the more plays, the more scoring and passing; the more scoring and passing, the more time-outs. This year college football may never end.
Just for the information of those who may be making a study of right-and left-handedness—or who may be having trouble hitting a golf ball very far:
Six Australian Davis Cup stars of the '50s and early '60s have now taken up golf. The three who play left-handed tennis—Neale Fraser, Rod Laver and Mervyn Rose—are right-handed golfers. The three who play right-handed tennis—Ashley Cooper, Mal Anderson and Roy Emerson—are left-handed golfers.
The principle, presumably, is the same that makes a right-handed thrower in baseball ( Mickey Mantle, for instance) hit with more power left-handed. The stronger arm leads the swing.