Legendary coaches Russ Rose and John Dunning discuss the newest experimental rule implemented by the NCAA: Not calling the second contact ball handling, no matter how unclean of a contact it is. This situation most commonly occurs with setters.
With every rule change that the NCAA discusses or implements, there's always a period of adjustment for coaches and players. For Dunning, the rules that have changed over time have always benefited the game in the long run - even if they cause some dissent initially.
Despite the change, it's still imperative that coaches teach players to control the ball with solid touches rather than allowing the form to regress because of the new rule. Listen to the video to hear two top coaches discuss what this change means for the game of volleyball!