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Texas Topics / Re: Blind side block
« Last post by TXPanhandle on Today at 09:25:35 AM »
It is very unfortunate if this was missed.  If so, it's not just on the L but also on B and maybe even U and R, assuming they did not have anything to clean up from their keys.  Prayers go out to the player and hope for a speedy recovery. 
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NCAA Discussion / Re: FCS Playoff Crews
« Last post by Sonofanump on Today at 09:10:18 AM »
Best weather wishes to that Southland crew going to SDSU...

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Arizona has no known criteria. Playoff crews are chosen by the AIA with assumed input from the AzFOA.
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Only if it was a quick kick on 3rd down or less, and was recovered by K but not advanced for a first down. Clock would then start on RFP.

OK, in NCAA the game clock starts on the snap following any legal scrimmage kick play, no matter what happens after the kick (so if K/A recovers behind the LOS and advances for a first down, the clock still starts on the snap).
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Is clock status one of them? It is in NCAA.
Only if it was a quick kick on 3rd down or less, and was recovered by K but not advanced for a first down. Clock would then start on RFP.
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Texas Topics / Blind side block
« Last post by HoustonRef on Today at 08:21:23 AM »
Blindside block not called and kid may be dead...”playoff” crew missing simple safety fouls is unacceptable. L saw the collision then you could tell he was like ah crap, then turned and went up field as quick as possible.
https://www.12newsnow.com/mobile/video/sports/high-school/football/video-huge-block-by-hutto-wide-receiver-breaks-the-internet/269-8337784
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Is clock status one of them? It is in NCAA.
Good job, 'Bama, also the simultaneous recovery of a fumble belongs to the offense while a kick would belong to the defense. On the personal side, there's a good chance that Jacksonville of Alabama will be traveling in a couple of week to the frozen tundra to play the Univ. of Maine. If you have any contacts there, tell them to pack their woolies!
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My question to you guys is there are at least two differences between a fumble and a kick that hasn't crossed the LOS, can you name them?   

Is clock status one of them? It is in NCAA.
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If no one moves to recover the ball, or it goes OOB, a fumble belongs to the offense, a kick belongs to the receivers.
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Alabama has 8 officiating districts, each overseen by a District Director.  The DDs make all assignments for rounds 1-4.  State championship officials are selected by the state Director of Officials, based on the recommendations of the DDs.  7-man crews mandatory for rounds 2-5, optional in round 1.

Officials must be in the top 50% statewide to qualify for playoffs. Ratings are based on test scores, weekly quiz results, camp attendance, local association rating, years of experience and DD rating.
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