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Football Rules #1

Postby Grizfan-24 » Sun Aug 11, 2013 9:15 am

I thought I would do this every once in a while. I'll post a few examples of football rules, and maybe some baseball rules as well, and I'll see if people can correct interpret the rule.

This week there are three.
#1 Delay of Game
#2 Field Goals
#3 Pass Interference

here is the link.
http://monidasports.blogspot.com/2013/0 ... les-1.html
Respond to blog or this post with your answers.
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Re: Football Rules #1

Postby ALPHAGRIZ1 » Sun Aug 11, 2013 10:53 am

The first two I have no clue about the high school rules.

The third one I believe as long as the DB is in contact with the WR he has a 5 or 10 yard (?) cushion where he can have physical contact with the WR. Not sure of the distance I want to say college and pro is 5 yards and high school 10?

If the DB loses contact within that cushion he cannot re engage with the WR
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Re: Football Rules #1

Postby MissoulaMarinerFan » Sun Aug 11, 2013 1:30 pm

No idea on the first two.

The last one, I'm not sure if there is any contact allowed within 5 yards, but it is pass interference for sure after 5 yards, regardless if the ball was thrown past everybody by 15/20 yards, because if I'm remembering correctly, any ball is "catchable" in high-school rules regardless of how far over-thrown it is, so at least mugging the guy past 5 yards is interference. Good topic! Looking forward to the "official" answers!


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