Football
Football
Football

WEEK #5
FOOTBALL POINTS OF CONSIDERATION

REMINDER: The game officials are responsible for ensuring that there is a three-minute warm-up period posted on the game clock and the game clock immediately started for use by the coaches immediately after the halftime intermission expires. The head coach is responsible for having his team on the field for the mandatory warm-up time. (3-1-7)

ENFORCEMENT: If a player is observed as being injured, which includes an athlete developing cramps (even if the ball is dead and a quarter has ended), the player is required to be replaced on the field for at least one down, unless this is halftime or overtime to follow. (3-5-10a)

ENFORCEMENT: What is considered an illegal blindside block? What is the penalty enforcement? (9-4-3n)

ENFORCEMENT: Officials need to officiate your positions. Dead ball officiating is just as important as when the ball is live. As a reminder, "Making contact with an opponent, including a defenseless player, which is deemed unnecessary or excessive and which incites roughness is illegal personal contact". (9-4-3g)

ENFORCEMENT: Read Rule 6-3 on page 56 of the rule book. In addition, I recommend you look in the Case Book Page 50-51.

ENFORCEMENT: What do you do when the helmet comes completely off a runner? (4-2-2k)

REMINDER: High School Football has two different types of Targeting. One is flagrant and the other is not. What is the enforcement difference? (2-20, 9-4-3)

ENFORCEMENT: What are noncontact unsportsmanlike fouls? (9-5)

ENFORCEMENT: How do you enforce an inadvertent whistle? (4-2-3)

SPORTSMANSHIP NEEDS TO BE A PRIORITY!

[Previous Weeks] [Archives]

 

Untitled Document
Current Champions
Overland Park-Blue Valley Northwest
Shawnee-Mill Valley
Lenexa-St. James Academy
Andale
Rossville
Olpe
Meade
Axtell


[Previous State Champions]

 
Untitled Document