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  1. Scrimmage kick formation

    Spirit of the rule was to stop the A/11 not to see if the holder has his knee on the ground or 3 Inches off.
  2. Scrimmage kick formation

    I’ve seen an official with a protractor out there. I can see where there is a argument by coaches that the kicker is 10 yards back which they usually are and how direct is “directly in line”? They are usually 2 steps offset but still plenty close enough to catch a snap from 10 yards.
  3. Scrimmage kick formation

    Rule says 10 yards I don’t think the holder has anything to do with it and this is nit picking from the start. The rule is written that way to stop the A11 not to stop a team on 4th and whatever from lining up in a “fog formation” to run a trick play
  4. Scrimmage kick formation

    When this is talked about I always wonder how you judge the second part of the scrimmage formation that says A player is 10 yards or more behind the LOS and in position to receive the long snap. In this senerio the kicker is 9 yards back. Is it going to be called with someone at 9 yards? Just wondering. If the”kicker” is at 10 is this still a foul? He’s back there and could get the snap?
  5. Changes in the Northern Indiana Conference

    It also shows Jimtown with a loss on the conference side that week? Says they went 7-1 that year? If not then he was right and it was 65 games
  6. Changes in the Northern Indiana Conference

    And it's weird but it says Jimtown won 14-0 in 2003 against Bremen but it went down as a loss officially?? Was there an illegal player or something? http://ifca.zebras.net/ifca/candler/z03jimtownfootball.htm
  7. Tougher road? One less game but he has to beat penn and Carmel. I'm not sure how much tougher it is to come out of the north in 6a
  8. 2018 NFHS Rule Changes

    It says when the pass ends or the player moves to participate. The pass is over when it's caught or hits the ground.
  9. I bet the other team said you had them down field 100 times. I'm still waiting for the guy that was complaint to show all these hudl plays where the lineman are down field and the call was missed
  10. No. Right from your first statement totally wrong. Also what if the hold is 7 yards behind the line and the qv is 2 and throws it? Just trying to make things more difficult then they need to be
  11. I don't think that makes any sense to make a pass a 3 yard run on a player when it's a pass. That sounds ridiculous. It's a foul make it a 13 yard penalty and move on. Why would you manufacture negative yards. It's a 13 yard penalty why try and make things more complicated then they need to be
  12. This is a perfect example of someone thinking they want something that is very simple but this is actually complicated and has several aspects to it. It's not as simple as you may think it is and will cause more issues then just keeping it simple.
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    That means you are old. Was leaping Lanny Popo his older or younger brother? Dupage area right? We played COD for a chance to goto the World Series. We lost 4-3 I was on deck with the bases loaded when Shane Bennet (pitched in the big's threw upper 90s, gave up homer 67 I think to McGuire)
  14. I would strongly disagree!!!
  15. Off by a yard or 50% wrong? Either way you didn't know what you were talking about. Coaches often want to bully and abuse officials and think it's ok. You aren't Bobby knight. No one wants to point the finger but things have to change like has been talked about in other threads with the lack of officials. I coached college basketball and never read the rule book. Never, not one time. How many coaches have ever sat down and read the rule book or the case book? They all should give it a try