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Indiana State trick play

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Anybody see this?  I seriously hope this gets used by lots of teams..

 

 

 

 

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The link didn't work for me. But is this the "hide the ball" play on a kickoff? Got to make sure when you hand the ball, it's not forward. Other than that, no problems.

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Yeah, I just didn't wait long enough for it to load.

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 Got to make sure when you hand the ball, it's not forward. 

 

Can you expand on this?  I see qb's hand it off in front of them all the time on wildcat/read option plays.

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You can pass forward as long as you are behind the LOS and only lateral backwards on kick offs and punts. Anything I'm missing Bob?

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You can pass forward as long as you are behind the LOS and only lateral backwards on kick offs and punts. Anything I'm missing Bob?

 

Correct except you mean to say handoff. Handing and passing are defined as two separate acts in the rule book. Both forward handing and forward passes are not allowed in this situation.

 

A good example of illegal forward handing was the Forest Gump TD run for Alabama. Just a minor note only noticed by officials and really good coaches.

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central had a fake punt against jasper that was pretty nifty. ball was snapped to the up back who flicked it back between his legs to crossing runners and one took it around the left end for a first down.

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Got to make sure when you hand the ball, it's not forward.

How would a ref know?   :)

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How would a ref know?   :)

We have our ways ...

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The link didn't work for me. But is this the "hide the ball" play on a kickoff? Got to make sure when you hand the ball, it's not forward. Other than that, no problems.

So to maximize the number of guys that CAN emerge from the huddle with the ball, thus maximizing potential confusion, the first guy with the ball has to be the most exposed with his back to the opponent's goal.

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