Liability Issues (Legal & Insurance) arising from coaching, playing, refereeing, product liability; Football injury cases.
Liability Issues (Legal & Insurance) arising from coaching, playing, refereeing, product liability.
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|Ken||01/01/17||10||10||10||Thank you! Very clear and concise explanation .....|
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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
Under NCAA rules it is a 2 point "Touchdown" for Team B and if the ball were intercepted in the end zone it remains live, it is not dead. High school rules are different the ball is dead when B gains possession
Jim, The simple answer is 1997. The overtime tiebreaker system or Extra Periods was first adopted in 1996. In February 1997 NCAA FOOTBALL RULES COMMITTEE APPROVED SAFETY-RELATED CHANGES and issued
Dan, Thank you for your question. There are no field marking designed or required to establish or mandate where players are positioned during a kick off. I can assume you are asking about "X" marks
Jim Thank you for your question. The short answer is no the rule does not reference any part of the body, it references "the player" which is interpreted to mean any part of the body. Below is a more