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Old 12-29-16, 05:51 PM
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Since this just happened at the end of a college football game:

The situation:

4th and 6 from the 8 yard line. Trailing by 7 in the first overtime. Second team with possession (ie bottom of the 1st OT)

QB drops back to pass. Fumbles the ball. Defense picks it up and runs a couple of yards. Runner gets stripped of the ball and the offense recovers the ball. (In college, the game was over.)

So my question has two parts:

In HS, would the game still be over? (I'm assuming it would)
In HS, would the ruling change if it was only 3rd down?

Not real confident but it seems like as soon as the defense takes possession, that series is over. No returns allowed in HS. Is that correct?
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Old 12-30-16, 12:38 AM
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You are correct, as soon as the defense possesses the ball, the offensive possession ends.
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Old 12-30-16, 07:39 AM
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As soon as the defense gains possession of the ball, the ball is dead and the offensive series has ended, regardless of the down.
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Old 01-16-17, 09:12 AM
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Did Dallas miss a chance to win the game…..

Green Bay vs Dallas.

With 3 seconds left in 2nd quarter. Green Bay punt the ball to Dallas.
The punt goes to about Dallas 40. IF Dallas would have fair caught the ball ,
Could Dallas “free kick: back to Green Bay with possible of scoring a Field goal ?
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Old 01-16-17, 10:46 AM
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Green Bay vs Dallas.

With 3 seconds left in 2nd quarter. Green Bay punt the ball to Dallas.
The punt goes to about Dallas 40. IF Dallas would have fair caught the ball ,
Could Dallas “free kick: back to Green Bay with possible of scoring a Field goal ?
Yes they could.

Have no idea why they passed on the opportunity.
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Old 01-23-17, 11:11 AM
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Was that a SAFTEY during the Green Bay vs Atlanta ???

During the first half Green Bay fumble the ball
Did the Atlanta recover the fumble and roll into End Zone for a safety
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Old 01-23-17, 11:59 AM
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During the first half Green Bay fumble the ball
Did the Atlanta recover the fumble and roll into End Zone for a safety
This was reviewed (as all turnovers and scoring plays are) and it was determined that the ball was not possessed until he was in the end zone.
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Old 06-23-17, 11:33 PM
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Horsecollar and Facemasks

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Is there a horse collar call in HS ? ALSO ARE THERE 2 types of Facemask penalties or just 1 ?
I have never seen a Horsecollar tackle called in any of the games that I have seen or coached in. As far as I know, there is only one kind of facemask penalty in High School. There is only the 15-yard variety. I think the referees that I have seen would struggle to be able to differentiate between inadvertent and intentional facemasks.
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Old 06-25-17, 06:23 AM
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I have never seen a Horsecollar tackle called in any of the games that I have seen or coached in. As far as I know, there is only one kind of facemask penalty in High School. There is only the 15-yard variety. I think the referees that I have seen would struggle to be able to differentiate between inadvertent and intentional facemasks.
There are two face mask penalties in high school football, but the difference is not inadvertent and intentional. "Incidental grasping" of the face mask is a five yard penalty. "Grasping and twisting, turning or pulling" is a fifteen yard penalty. "Intent" has no part in the foul.

Horse collar doesn't get called very often because it doesn't happen very often. And like a lot of rules, the National Federation, NCAA, and NFL each has a slightly different rule.
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Old 08-19-17, 05:24 AM
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Offensive player A gets defensive player B on his back while blocking him. Player A continues to keep on top of him while the play continues well away from the block. Player B begins trying to get up off of his back, while A keeps laying on him and shifting his body to keep on top. This goes on for a bit. Is this a legal block?
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Old 08-19-17, 05:38 AM
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Offensive player A gets defensive player B on his back while blocking him. Player A continues to keep on top of him while the play continues well away from the block. Player B begins trying to get up off of his back, while A keeps laying on him and shifting his body to keep on top. This goes on for a bit. Is this a legal block?
There is no rule that prohibits one player keeping another on the ground. His actions of shifting his body to keep on top are no different than him shifting his body to stay in front had they been upright.

Unless the official judges that the player used his "hands or arms to hook, lock, clamp, grasp, encircle or hold in an effort to restrain an opponent other than the runner."(the definition of holding) .............

This is legal. If it occurs well away from the play, you most likely will have a conversation with that blocker as now you have the potential for some other activity between the two that could escalate into something other than football.

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Old 08-20-17, 10:40 AM
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This is legal. If it occurs well away from the play, you most likely will have a conversation with that blocker as now you have the potential for some other activity between the two that could escalate into something other than football.
This is what happened, player B got to QB on pass and player A blocked him while QB scrambled away and threw the ball to the sidelines 10 yards downfield. The block occurs right in front of the white hat, now the problem was like you described, the receiver made a move and cut back to the middle of the field well away from the block and stayed on his feet for probably 6-8 seconds, so player B was on his back trying to get up for probably 8-10 seconds. Head refs body language was straight up and staring at the two on the ground. When whistles blew and play stopped both players remained engaged and other players on the field started running back as both sides started yelling. Players started to leave sidelines, coaches cut them off, fans yelling.

After the game I asked our head coach what the head ref said about the play. He said, coach I didn't say anything it's a legal block. Our coaches said, but it's 30 yards behind the play, I thought we were trying to clean up hits not involved within a certain distance of the action. Ref just said, keep your kids on the sidelines or they can be ejected!

Poor game management by this official, and the sad thing is I have worked closely with him for years as our former AD. I have watched him work games and verbally tell kids to quit or stop before he blew the whistle or threw a flag.
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Old 08-20-17, 12:05 PM
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This is what happened, player B got to QB on pass and player A blocked him while QB scrambled away and threw the ball to the sidelines 10 yards downfield. The block occurs right in front of the white hat, now the problem was like you described, the receiver made a move and cut back to the middle of the field well away from the block and stayed on his feet for probably 6-8 seconds, so player B was on his back trying to get up for probably 8-10 seconds. Head refs body language was straight up and staring at the two on the ground. When whistles blew and play stopped both players remained engaged and other players on the field started running back as both sides started yelling. Players started to leave sidelines, coaches cut them off, fans yelling.

After the game I asked our head coach what the head ref said about the play. He said, coach I didn't say anything it's a legal block. Our coaches said, but it's 30 yards behind the play, I thought we were trying to clean up hits not involved within a certain distance of the action. Ref just said, keep your kids on the sidelines or they can be ejected!

Poor game management by this official, and the sad thing is I have worked closely with him for years as our former AD. I have watched him work games and verbally tell kids to quit or stop before he blew the whistle or threw a flag.
What did you want the official to do? It sounds to me like he handled it perfectly.
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Old 08-20-17, 12:13 PM
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What did you want the official to do? It sounds to me like he handled it perfectly.
You have never heard an official be pro active? A simple let him up would have sufficed. If it was near the play no problem, but 30 yards behind the play? I have heard and watched refs manage the game without assessing a penalty.

As for this play, this sparked a series of players to go away from playing football, and trying to get back at the other team. Flags for unnecessary roughness, taunting on both sides started flying after this play. All of that would have been avoidable with a simple, let him up!

I never said it was illegal and should be flagged.
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Old 08-20-17, 12:33 PM
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You have never heard an official be pro active? A simple let him up would have sufficed. If it was near the play no problem, but 30 yards behind the play? I have heard and watched refs manage the game without assessing a penalty.

As for this play, this sparked a series of players to go away from playing football, and trying to get back at the other team. Flags for unnecessary roughness, taunting on both sides started flying after this play. All of that would have been avoidable with a simple, let him up!

I never said it was illegal and should be flagged.
Sounds to me like the kids need to have better discipline. And yes I know what preventive officiating is but sometimes the players need to be accountable. Anyway this is the wrong thread for that debate.
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Old 08-20-17, 12:52 PM
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You have never heard an official be pro active? A simple let him up would have sufficed. If it was near the play no problem, but 30 yards behind the play? I have heard and watched refs manage the game without assessing a penalty.

As for this play, this sparked a series of players to go away from playing football, and trying to get back at the other team. Flags for unnecessary roughness, taunting on both sides started flying after this play. All of that would have been avoidable with a simple, let him up!

I never said it was illegal and should be flagged.
If it's not illegal to lay on a player, why would anyone expect an official to tell the player who is legally laying on him to "let him up"?

I've had this many times and instructed the player on top as follows....... "don't hold him" !! That tells both players that I am watching.


The opposing player(s) reacting improperly is not the fault of the official here.

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