You are here:

College Football/Experts

ExpertAverage RatingsExpertise

William Robers

I can answer rules questions and officiating questions (including training, mechanics, and general questions).

Vic Winnek

Liability Issues (Legal & Insurance) arising from coaching, playing, refereeing, product liability; Football injury cases.

Recent Answers

2017-03-09 visor:

Luke,    Again, if it is clear (no tinting) and you can clearly see the eyes of the player, it is likely legal.  All comes down to the officials on the field, but the rule simply says that it "must be

2017-03-09 visor:

Luke,    Let me preface this by saying that any rule changes this year (which would be for safety reasons only) are not out yet, but I haven't seen anything about this rule changing.    The answer is yes

2017-01-03 Unsportsmanlike conduct ejections:

Michael,    Great question.  I did not see this particular play.      Under the Rules, when a player is disqualified for targeting in the second half of a game, the player is also disqualified for the

2017-01-01 Clock Rules:

Douglas,    I didn't see the play that you describe. By rule, the clock status is determined by the result of the play, if there been no foul.  So, because the clocked stopped for the ball going out of

2017-01-01 Recovery of a muffed/mishandled punt:

Ken    The simple answer is Yes, but there are some aspects of the rule you should understand.     If the Kick returner -  Receiver has an opportunity to catch the kick after the muff, he must be given

More Answers in Category College Football

College Football

All Answers

Answers by Expert:

Ask Experts


©2017 All rights reserved.