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Live And Dead Ball Fouls Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Dead Ball
    • The ball becomes dead when:
      • The runner is deflagged or tagged
      • The ball goes out of bounds
      • Points are scored
      • The ball hits the ground as a result of an incomplete pass, ‘fumble’, muffed ball, bad snap, lateral, backward pass, etc.
      • Any part of the runner other than their hands or feet touches the ground
        • The ball is considered a part of the hand
    An officials whistle will always signal that the ball is dead DEAD BALL SIGNAL
  • 2. Dead Ball Fouls
    • False Start
    • Illegal Snap
    • Encroachment
    • Delay of Game
    • Leaving the field on the wrong side
    • Unsportsmanlike conduct
    • Whistle is blown immediately and the
    • flag is thrown up in the air
    • Enforced from the succeeding spot
    • Usually called by the Referee or the
    • Line Judge
  • 3. Live Ball
    • “A Dead Ball, after it is declared ready for play, becomes a Live ball when it is legally snapped”
      • The ball becomes Live when it is snapped
    • When a runner has possession
      • A receiver becomes a runner once they catch the ball
    • A pass or fumble that has not yet touched the ground is a loose live ball
  • 4. Penalties: Live Ball Fouls
    • Can happen during both running plays and loose ball plays
    • Whistle IS NOT BLOWN on any live ball foul!
    • Throw your penalty flag at the spot of the foul and keep following the play
    • Do not assume that there will be only one live ball foul, do not stop watching
  • 5. Let Your Mind Digest What Your Eyes Have Seen
    • “ Decisions must be
    • instantaneous and a
    • ruling announced with
    • minimal delay.
    • Ensure improved
    • instinctive reactions
    • to play situations by
    • reviewing all possible
    • combinations of
    • circumstances before
    • each game.
    • LET YOUR MIND DIGEST
    • WHAT YOUR EYES HAVE
    • SEEN.”
  • 6. Penalties and Enforcement
    • If two live ball penalties occur on one team, the other team must choose which penalty to accept
    • If live ball penalties occur on each team (does not matter how many) and are accepted, penalties will offset and the down will be replayed
    • If a live ball penalty occurs followed by a dead ball penalty, both penalties will be enforced