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  • Football Question # 8.

    First and 10 at team B's 30 yardline. Receiver A1 catches a pass and heads toward the goalline. He is at team B's 6 yardline when he taunts pursuing B2. A1 crosses the goalline with the ball in his possession.

    A. No problem, the touchdowns counts.
    B. Touchdown, but a 15 yard penalty will be enforced on the try or kickoff.
    C. No score. It will be team A's ball, first and 10 at team B's 21 yardline. Clock on the ready.
    D. No score. It will be team A's ball, first and 10 at team B's 21 yardline. Clock on the snap.
    John 3:3

  • #2
    B for me.

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    • #3
      I will also go with B.
      Kentucky fan since 1971.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lighthouse View Post
        First and 10 at team B's 30 yardline. Receiver A1 catches a pass and heads toward the goalline. He is at team B's 6 yardline when he taunts pursuing B2. A1 crosses the goalline with the ball in his possession.

        A. No problem, the touchdowns counts.
        B. Touchdown, but a 15 yard penalty will be enforced on the try or kickoff.
        C. No score. It will be team A's ball, first and 10 at team B's 21 yardline. Clock on the ready.
        D. No score. It will be team A's ball, first and 10 at team B's 21 yardline. Clock on the snap.
        I will go with B also

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        • #5
          "B"
          The most important things I've learned in life are those I learned after I knew everything.

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          • #6
            B also.

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            • #7
              This may have changed but I know a few years back the rule was no score, 15 yard penalty from the spot of the foul. No idea about the clock. I will say D.

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              • #8
                The correct answer to question # 8,

                is D for NCAA and B for HS.

                RULE 3; Periods, Time Factors and Substitutions.

                SECTION 3. Timeouts: Starting and Stopping the Clock.
                Starting and Stopping the Clock ARTICLE 2.

                c. After a Score. The game clock shall stop on an official’s signal after a touchdown, field goal or safety. It shall be started again as in (a) above unless an accepted penalty erases the score or the down is repeated, in which cases it shall be started when the ball is legally snapped.

                RULE 9; Conduct of Players and Others Subject to the Rules.

                SECTION 2. Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls.
                ARTICLE 1.
                There shall be no unsportsmanlike conduct or any act that interferes with orderly game administration on the part of players, substitutes, coaches, authorized attendants or any other persons subject to the rules, before the game, during the game or between periods. Infractions for these acts by players are administered as either live-ball or dead-ball fouls depending on when they occur.
                a. Specifically prohibited acts and conduct include:
                1.
                No player, substitute, coach or other person subject to the rules shall use abusive, threatening or obscene language or gestures, or engage in such acts that provoke ill will or are demeaning to an opponent, to game officials or to the image of the game, including but not limited to:
                (a) Pointing the finger(s), hand(s), arm(s) or ball at an opponent, or imitating the slashing of the throat. (b) Taunting, baiting or ridiculing an opponent verbally. (c) Inciting an opponent or spectators in any other way, such as simulating the firing of a weapon or placing a hand by the ear to request recognition. (d) Any delayed, excessive, prolonged or choreographed act by which a player (or players) attempts to focus attention upon himself (or themselves). (e) An unopposed ball carrier obviously altering stride as he approaches the opponent’s goal line or diving into the end zone. (f ) A player removing his helmet after the ball is dead and before he is in the team area (Exceptions: Team, media or injury timeouts; equipment adjustment; through play; between periods; and during a measurement for a first down). (g) Punching one’s own chest or crossing one’s arms in front of the chest while standing over a prone player. (h) Going into the stands to interact with spectators, or bowing at the waist after a good play. (i) Intentionally removing the helmet while the ball is alive. (j) Dead-ball contact fouls such as pushing, shoving, striking, etc. that occur clearly after the ball is dead and that are not part of the game action. (A.R. 9-2-1-X) (k) After the ball is dead, using forcible contact to push or pull an opponent off the pile.

                RULE 10; Penalty Enforcement.

                SECTION 2. Enforcement Procedures.
                Determining the Enforcement Spot and the Basic Spot.

                ARTICLE 2.
                c. The Three-and-One Principle (Rule 2-33) is as follows:
                1. When the team in possession commits a foul behind the basic spot, the penalty is enforced at the spot of the foul.
                2. When the team in possession commits a foul beyond the basic spot, the penalty is enforced at the basic spot.
                3. When the team not in possession commits a foul either behind or beyond the basic spot, the penalty is enforced at the basic spot.

                Whew! I post this to bring attention that during play, an official has a split second to make a call and has to remember every aspect of the rules pertaining to a play.
                John 3:3

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lighthouse View Post
                  The correct answer to question # 8,

                  is D for NCAA and B for HS.

                  RULE 3; Periods, Time Factors and Substitutions.

                  SECTION 3. Timeouts: Starting and Stopping the Clock.
                  Starting and Stopping the Clock ARTICLE 2.

                  c. After a Score. The game clock shall stop on an official’s signal after a touchdown, field goal or safety. It shall be started again as in (a) above unless an accepted penalty erases the score or the down is repeated, in which cases it shall be started when the ball is legally snapped.

                  RULE 9; Conduct of Players and Others Subject to the Rules.

                  SECTION 2. Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls.
                  ARTICLE 1.
                  There shall be no unsportsmanlike conduct or any act that interferes with orderly game administration on the part of players, substitutes, coaches, authorized attendants or any other persons subject to the rules, before the game, during the game or between periods. Infractions for these acts by players are administered as either live-ball or dead-ball fouls depending on when they occur.
                  a. Specifically prohibited acts and conduct include:
                  1.
                  No player, substitute, coach or other person subject to the rules shall use abusive, threatening or obscene language or gestures, or engage in such acts that provoke ill will or are demeaning to an opponent, to game officials or to the image of the game, including but not limited to:
                  (a) Pointing the finger(s), hand(s), arm(s) or ball at an opponent, or imitating the slashing of the throat. (b) Taunting, baiting or ridiculing an opponent verbally. (c) Inciting an opponent or spectators in any other way, such as simulating the firing of a weapon or placing a hand by the ear to request recognition. (d) Any delayed, excessive, prolonged or choreographed act by which a player (or players) attempts to focus attention upon himself (or themselves). (e) An unopposed ball carrier obviously altering stride as he approaches the opponent’s goal line or diving into the end zone. (f ) A player removing his helmet after the ball is dead and before he is in the team area (Exceptions: Team, media or injury timeouts; equipment adjustment; through play; between periods; and during a measurement for a first down). (g) Punching one’s own chest or crossing one’s arms in front of the chest while standing over a prone player. (h) Going into the stands to interact with spectators, or bowing at the waist after a good play. (i) Intentionally removing the helmet while the ball is alive. (j) Dead-ball contact fouls such as pushing, shoving, striking, etc. that occur clearly after the ball is dead and that are not part of the game action. (A.R. 9-2-1-X) (k) After the ball is dead, using forcible contact to push or pull an opponent off the pile.

                  RULE 10; Penalty Enforcement.

                  SECTION 2. Enforcement Procedures.
                  Determining the Enforcement Spot and the Basic Spot.

                  ARTICLE 2.
                  c. The Three-and-One Principle (Rule 2-33) is as follows:
                  1. When the team in possession commits a foul behind the basic spot, the penalty is enforced at the spot of the foul.
                  2. When the team in possession commits a foul beyond the basic spot, the penalty is enforced at the basic spot.
                  3. When the team not in possession commits a foul either behind or beyond the basic spot, the penalty is enforced at the basic spot.

                  Whew! I post this to bring attention that during play, an official has a split second to make a call and has to remember every aspect of the rules pertaining to a play.


                  Yep, tough job no doubt!


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