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National Federation Discussion / Re: Do- Rags
« Last post by Magician on Yesterday at 10:49:00 PM »
Based on what I have heard from our state commissioner these are no longer an issue in his opinion. D1 crews also don't seem to care so I care less. I don't see a major issue with them so I'm fine letting them go. I"m sure enforcement is sporadic.
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Texas Topics / Re: Scrimmage kic
« Last post by TexDoc on Yesterday at 09:55:50 PM »
You could enforce the holding from the previous spot and then enforce the DB UNR from there. But that would give Team A a new series because of the automatic first down.

Right on, and B wouldn’t take that option, obviously. 
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NCAA Discussion / Re: MSU/ASU field goal leap
« Last post by bctgp on Yesterday at 09:45:21 PM »
Check out the attached screenshot. The Team B player appears to leap in the gap. The center and guard are subsequently after the snap to some degree partially pushed under his leap which I think would not result in the leaper jumping directly over the opponent. Therefore, I think the PAC 12 missed the rationale for the foul. I think you can say the player was not stationary within 1-yard of the LOS at the snap. So still a foul but not for leaping "directly" over the frame of the opponents as they reported - that is simply not there.
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National Federation Discussion / Re: GHSA Football Training - Hurdling?
« Last post by SCHSref on Yesterday at 09:42:54 PM »
No. His knees and feet were not foremost. No foul
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National Federation Discussion / Re: Do- Rags
« Last post by Lhaskins on Yesterday at 09:22:11 PM »
Found it -- 1.5.3 Comments
Bandannas and other items if exposed from under the football Helmet
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National Federation Discussion / Do- Rags
« Last post by Lhaskins on Yesterday at 09:12:46 PM »
Quick question are skull caps, do-rags or bandannas legal now. I cannot find it in my rule book. The Do-rags have long tails outside the uniform. I remember that they were some time ago. Back to the rule book and case book.   
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National Federation Discussion / GHSA Football Training - Hurdling?
« Last post by zebrastripes on Yesterday at 08:33:26 PM »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-NLPQAumjo

At 4:16 would the action by the defender attempting to leap the shield constitute hurdling? I know NCAA has a specific rule against this, but under NFHS the only potential option would be hurdling. Does this constitute “an attempt by a player to jump (hurdle) with one or both feet or knees foremost over an opponent who is contacting the ground with no part of his body except one or both feet"?
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National Federation Discussion / Re: Receiver out of bounds
« Last post by HLinNC on Yesterday at 04:44:15 PM »
Or in reality IUH

ART. 3 . . . A defensive player shall not:

d. Contact an eligible receiver who is no longer a potential blocker.

PENALTY: Arts. 1d – Illegal use of hands or arms – (S42) – 10 yards
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Texas Topics / Re: Scrimmage kic
« Last post by Legacy Zebra on Yesterday at 02:48:54 PM »
You could enforce the holding from the previous spot and then enforce the DB UNR from there. But that would give Team A a new series because of the automatic first down.
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Texas Topics / Re: Scrimmage kic
« Last post by Txgarza on Yesterday at 02:47:16 PM »
That’s what was done. But is there more options?
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