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National Federation Discussion / Re: defenseless receiver
« Last post by Jackhammer on Today at 03:55:23 PM »
In the video clip provide by WCB it appears as if the defender is completely wrapping up.  I believe this fits within the definition of what is allowable.  It appears to be completely proper technique.
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National Federation Discussion / Re: defenseless receiver
« Last post by Rulesman on Today at 01:59:42 PM »
That's a tackle. This is football. Play on.
Agree. From this angle I have nothing but a good tackle. It will take s lot more than this to convince me we have a foul.
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National Federation Discussion / Re: defenseless receiver
« Last post by Ironhead17 on Today at 01:32:20 PM »
That's a tackle. This is football. Play on.
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Prior to RFP:  3-6-2f
After RFP: 7-1-5
However; If the Umpire chooses to implement a Return Kick***, ya might then just be betta off using: 1-1-6



*** - In 1965 the Return Kick was changed from a Legal Act to an Illegal Kick in the NFHS Rules Book
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National Federation Discussion / Re: Holding question
« Last post by Ralph Damren on Today at 01:25:13 PM »
The way I've always taught it is :

If you pull an opponent out of the way, as YOU try to get to the ball, that's OK.

If you pull an opponent out of the way, as HE tries to get to the ball, that's not.  ^flag

A judgment call ?  Sure ,but that's what we get the big bucks for. ^TD !

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This past Saturday was scrimmage day for us. Ours are rather casual with coaches out on the field ,behind their teams and such. We had a happening that I felt you guys might enjoy.

      In was a scrimmage jubilee with one powerhouse hosting three that were not. In the third round, with the powerhouse playing the least of the rest, the following occurred:

     The weaker team had just finished their drive, the powerhouse's coach said they would just take the ball from there, and it was spotted (both teams were using the same ball). Their coach ,who is probably older then me and around nearly as long, and I were pondering the possible problem of a Cubs-Red Sox World Series  :P game falling on the same time of a patriot :P game, when the following occurred:

(1) A approached the LOS and the snapper inquired : "What happened to the ball ??? ???"

(2) The umpire held it up and gulped : "He just threw it to me  :o :o !" while pointing toward a linebacker  ::) ::) ::).

(3) The linebacker :o muttered : "Bubba (the nose guard) just snapped it to me  :o ??? ::) :!# , I knew I shouldn't have it, so I gave it to him (the ump)  :bOW :angel: !"

(4) Bubba (the center on offense) grunted : "Geez, guys, I thought we still had the ball pray:; pi1eOn nAnA :'( :-* :-\ :-X :-[ !"

(5) A's coach, with a  ;D , said to me : "OK, smart guy  ;D , what do you call now ;D ?"

(6) Guys I know it was encroachment (7-1-5), but I couldn't resist : " That's easy, coach, under rule 1-1-6 that's a 'do-over'  8] ! "

(7) The coach responded :  ":D golfers might call it a mulligan. ;D ;D ."

Shortly thereafter, the scrimmage ended. Just when you think you've seen everything that you think could have happened, you find that you haven't :o The post-scrimmage refreshments were cold ..... the laughs were a' plenty.  eAt&
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These are the pouches we use.  These have a loop that the official's belt goes through and a clip on top to keep the radio in place.  These work very well, instead of just relying on the radio clip, which can easily allow the radios to slip off the belt and go flying.  With these, it is very easy to put the radios in a freezer quart size ziplock bag and not have to worry about losing the radios.

https://www.amazon.com/MSC-20B-Multifunctional-Holster-Baofeng-Transceiver/dp/B071XHZ61V/ref=sr_1_2?s=sporting-goods&ie=UTF8&qid=1502813872&sr=1-2-spons&keywords=radio+pouch&psc=1

My crew uses the Baofeng 888s and @TexDoc has helped me reprogram them and sent me in the right direction on how to purchase some shorter antennas. I am excited to use my radios this season with the modifications that he has recommended. Love the pouch idea. Just found a 5pack of the same ones for 29.99 on amazon....prime eligible.
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National Federation Discussion / Re: 1st and goal or 1st and 10?
« Last post by Rulesman on Today at 10:52:16 AM »
The RFP is the key to all of this. DB foul before the RFP = 1/10. Dead ball foul after the RFP = 1/more, or 1/less, depending on which team commits the foul.
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National Federation Discussion / Re: 1st and goal or 1st and 10?
« Last post by Ralph Damren on Today at 10:15:29 AM »
A tricky situation to keep in mind :
 (1) A ,in a hurry-up offense, gains a 1st down in bounds;
 (2) Chains are set, but A snaps before RFP;
 (3) DOG (3-6-2e), chains need to be reset to 1/10 after penalty. IMHO, 3-4-6 could be applied even with DOG foul.
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Yes, it should have been a running play with the spot of the related run ending at the 2. After enforcement = 1 yard line.

GOOD PICK, PABJNR & REFJEFF   aWaRd aWaRd
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