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1 2011/2012 New Rules A, B Team A s tight end catches a pass for a touchdown. Immediately after the score the BJ sees that the tight end is wearing red gloves that match his jersey. A. TD counts; Team A is charged a team timeout for an equipment violation. B. Nullify the TD; A B-30. C. Legal equipment; TD is good. 2. A, A Team A goes with a no-huddle offense and substitutes between plays. At no time do all eleven Team A players come to a complete stop. The slot back is in motion at the snap. A. False start; A, A-35 B. Illegal motion; live ball foul. C. Illegal shift; live ball foul. 3. A, B Immediately following the completed pass play at the B-31, the BJ realizes Team B played with 12 players. A. B-20 B. A, B-30 C. A, B A, B-5... Team A s field goal attempt is good. The Umpire flags the Right Tackle for interlocking legs on the field goal attempt. A. A, B-10 B. B-15 C. Flag pickup; no foul. 5. A, B The snap goes over the head of the holder & kicker on a field goal attempt. At the B-30 the holder kicks the loose ball backward and out of bounds at the B- 32. A. B, B-42 B. B, B-40 C. B, B-25

2 6. Team A is behind with 3-seconds remaining in the 4th quarter and the clock running, when the QB attempts to spike the ball to stop the game clock. Following the legal spike, the game clock shows no time is left in the 4th quarter. A. Timing is reviewable by the replay officials. B. Timing is not reviewable. 7. Team A is behind with 3-seconds remaining in the 4th quarter and the clock running, when the QB spikes the ball to stop the game clock. Following the legal spike, the game clock show 1-second remaining in the 4th quarter. A. Replay may review and rule time expired. B. The Team B coach may use his challenge to determine if time expired. C. The play is neither challengeable by the coach nor reviewable by replay. 8. During the Team A run from scrimmage, the runner s helmet comes off during the play. No foul is involved regarding the helmet coming off. A. The player/runner must leave the game for the next play. B. Team A may take a team timeout to keep the player/runner in the game. 9. During a kickoff return to the 50-yard line, a Team B blocker legally blocks his opponent at the sideline and out of bounds at the B-35. After breaking contact the Team B blocker continues to block his opponent while out of bounds. A. Legal play, no foul. B. Illegal block at the spot the player s crossed the sideline. 10. A, B With 9-seconds remaining in the 4th quarter and the clock running, Team A trails by 4 points when the Right Guard false starts. Team A has no timeouts remaining. A. A, B-15; clock on the ready for play. B. A, B-15, clock on the snap. C. 10-second subtraction; game is over. 11. With 35-seconds remaining in the 4th quarter and the clock running, Team A false starts. If Team B opts for the 10-second subtraction the game clock must start on the ready for play. If Team B opts not to take the 10-second subtraction the game clock must start on the snap.

3 12. With 9-seconds remaining in the 4th quarter and Team A behind by 4 points, the helmet comes off of Team A s right tackle. No foul was involved for the helmet coming off. Team A is out of timeouts. The 10-second subtraction rule will be enforced and the game is over. 13. The Team A back is set directly behind the right tackle and in the tackle box when he starts in motion with a shuffle step to the left. He is behind the left guard when the ball is snapped. This player is unrestricted in regards to blocking below the waist. 14. A lineman positioned more than seven yards from the center of the formation is restricted in regards to blocking below the waist. 15. A back at the snap aligned with the frame of his body outside the body of the second lineman from the snapper is restricted from blocking below the waist in either direction toward a sideline. 16. During the 3rd quarter the Center s helmet comes off during the play. No foul was called causing the helmet to come off the Center s head. Team A may take a team timeout and keep the Center in the game. 17. At the end of the 3rd quarter the Linebacker s helmet comes off during the play. The Linebacker may not return until the second play of the 4th quarter. 18. A, While pass blocking at the 50-yard line, the L-Tackle s helmet comes off. The L-Tackle runs from the 50 to the 30-yard line and blocks or attempts to block a defender trying to tackle the pass receiver. The ball becomes dead at the B-25. No foul was involved regarding the Tackle s helmet coming off. A. A, B-45; Left Tackle must go out for one play. B. A, B-45; Left Tackle must go out for one play. C. A B-25; Left Tackle may stay in the game.

4 19. A, B while pass blocking at the B-25 the Team B defensive tackle is called for illegal hands to the face on the Team A left tackle. Team A s left tackle s helmet comes off from the contact. The left tackle continues down field and blocks an opponent at the B-10. The ball becomes dead at the B-6. A. A, B-6; Left Tackle may stay in the game. B. A, B-3; Left Tackle must leave the game. C. Offset; A, B-25; Left Tackle may stay in the game. D. Offset; A, B-25; Left Tackle must leave the game. 20. A, Immediately after sacking the QB at the A-44, the Team B defender gives a throat slash gesture to the crowd. A. A, B-35 B. A, B-41 C. A, B On a kickoff from the A-35, a Team A player is in a 3-point stance with his feet at the A- 28 and his hand on the A-30. Team A is not offside when the ball is legally kicked. Team B returns the kickoff to the B-15. A. B, B-20 or Team A re-kicks from the A-30. B. B, B On a kickoff from the A-35, a Team A player starts his approach from the A-28 and is not offside when the ball is legally kicked. The kick goes through the end zone for a touchback. A. B, B-20 or re-kick from the A-30. B. B, B-25 or re-kick from the A-30. C. B, B-30 or re-kick from the A A, A Team A QB is in the pocket and under duress at the A-25 when he throws the legal forward pass at the back of the feet of the tight end who is blocking at the line of scrimmage. The tight end was not in position to catch the pass that lands directly behind him. A. A, A-30; not intentional grounding. B. A, A-25; intentional grounding. 24. A, A Before the receiver touches the punt, a Team A player runs within 1- yard to the side of the receiver at the B-30. The receiver makes the catch and is tackled at the B-30. A. B, B-30 B. B, B-35 C. B, B-45

5 25. A, A Before the receiver touches the punt, a Team A player runs within 1- yard to the side of the receiver at the B-30. The receiver muffs the punt with Team A recovering the loose ball at the B-25. A. B, B-45 B. A, B-25 C. B B Shield Blocking... No defensive player who is in or outside the tackle box may try to block a punt by leaving his feet in an attempt to leap directly over an opponent. 27. Shield Blocking... It is not a foul if the player tries to block the punt by jumping straight up without attempting to leap over the opponent. Goal Line Situations The Team B linebacker intercepts a pass in his own end zone and attempts to run it out. He fumbles the ball from the end zone into the field of play. The loose ball is muffed out of bounds at the B-4. A. Touchback; B, B-20 B. Safety; two points for Team A. C. B, B Team B intercepts a forward pass at the B-2 and momentum takes him into his own end zone. As he is about to be tackled in the end zone the Team B runner tosses the ball backward to a teammate who muffs the ball and it rolls out of bounds across the end line. A. B, B-2 B. Safety; 2-points for Team A. C. Touchback; B, B Team B intercepts a pass at the B-3 and momentum takes him into his own end zone. Attempting to run the ball out of the end zone, the Team B runner fumbles the ball from the end zone into the field of play. The loose ball is muffed back into the end zone where Team B recovers while on the ground. A. Touchback; B, B-20 B. Momentum; B, B-2 C. Safety; 2-points for Team A.

6 31. The Team A runner dives for the left goal line pylon with the ball in his left hand. The ball crosses the sideline completely outside the pylon and the runner lands out of bounds beyond the goal line. No part of the Team A runner touched in the end zone or hit the pylon. A. Spot the ball at the point it crossed the sideline, short of the end zone. B. Touchdown for Team A. 32. The Team A runner dives for the left goal line pylon with the ball in his left hand. The ball crosses the sideline completely outside the pylon before the runner s right foot hits the pylon. A. Spot the ball at the point it crossed the sideline, short of the end zone. B. Touchdown for Team A. Timing Situations A, B-20...Team A trails late in the 4th quarter by 1-point. From the B-24 the QB throws a backward pass out of bounds at the B-27 to conserve time. The game clock shows 1:00 remaining. A. A, B-29; ready for play. B. A, B-29; snap. C. A, B-24; ready for play. D. A, B-24; snap. 34. A, B Team A trails by 3-points. The QB runs to the B-37 where he throws an apparent incomplete illegal forward pass. At the end of the play the clock shows 0:21 remaining in the half. After the penalty enforcement it is B-42. Team A takes a team timeout to avoid the 10 subtraction. During the replay it is determined that the Team A QB was down before he released the pass. A. Not reviewable by replay; A B-42; clock starts on the snap. B. A B-37; Team A is given their team timeout back; ready for play with the option to use the team timeout. C. A B37; Team A s timeout is not rescinded with the replay reversal. 35. A, B Team A completes a pass in the end zone for a touchdown. The Team A right tackle is called for holding at the B-17 during the pass. A. A, B-25; snap. B. A, B-25; ready for play. C. A, B-27; snap. D. A, B-27; ready for play.

7 36. A B During the last play of the 3rd quarter, Team A s QB is called for intentional grounding at the B-25. A. A, B-25; extend for 1 un-timed down. B. A, B-25; extend for 1 un-timed down. C. A, B-25 to start the 4th quarter. 37. If a ten-second subtraction is enforced, the game clock will start on the ready for play, assuming there is time remaining in the half. If the ten-second subtraction is not enforced, the game clock will start on the snap, assuming there is time remaining in the half. Passing Game Situations A, B The wide receiver steps out of bounds [on his own] and immediately returns inbounds. The defensive back pushes the wide receiver at the B15 prior to touching the pass. The wide receiver is first to touch the pass that falls incomplete. A. Offset; replay; A, B-25 B. A, B-15 C. B, B A, B The wide receiver steps out of bounds [on his own] and immediately returns inbounds. The pass is first touched by a Team B player and tipped into the air where the Team A wide receiver catches the pass and runs for a touchdown. A. A, B-25; repeat the down. B. Touchdown for Team A. C. B, B A, B Team B defender is called for holding an eligible receiver at the B-20. The QB is sacked for a loss at the B-30. A. A, B-16 B. A, B-13 C. A, B A, B On a legal forward pass behind the neutral zone, the Team A receiver is about to catch the pass when he is pushed by the defender. The pass falls incomplete. A. A, B-20 B. A, B-30 C. A, B-15

8 42. A, B From B-30 the QB throws the ball forward to the Right Tackle who muffs the ball and it falls incomplete. No eligible receiver was in the area. Team A has no timeouts remaining and 24-seconds remain in the 4 th quarter. A. A, B-30; 10 subtraction; ready for play. B. A, B-30; no 10 subtraction; snap. C. A, B-35; 10 subtraction; ready for play. 43. A, A The QB muffs the snap and the ball rolls back to the A-10. The Left Guard picks up the ball and from the A-10 throws a pass beyond the line of scrimmage into an area unoccupied by an eligible Team A player. The Passer was outside the tackle box when the pass was thrown. A. A, A-20; legal play. B. A, A-10; intentional grounding. C. A, A-15; previous spot foul. Running Game Situations A, A The Team A runner advances to the A-35 where he fumbles. The ball rolls backward and out of bounds at the A-32. Team B is flagged for an illegal block in the back during the fumble. A. A, A-40; previous spot foul. B. A, A-42; succeeding spot foul. C. A, A-45; end of the related run. 45. A, B The Team A runner is at the B-9 when the defender pulls him to the ground with a horse-collar tackle. The runner fumbles prior to being ruled down and a teammate recovers the loose ball and scores. A. Touchdown; horse-collar penalty is declined. B. Touchdown; horse-collar penalty is enforced on the try or succeeding kickoff. 46. A, B Team A runner fumbles at the B-28 and the ball rolls out of bounds at the B-25. The game clock shows 1:59 in the 2nd quarter. A. A, B-28; game clock starts on the snap. B. A, B-28; game clock starts on the ready for play. 47. A, B Team A runner fumbles at the B-28 and the ball rolls out of bounds at the B-30. The game clock shows 1:59 in the 2nd quarter. A. A, B-30; game clock starts on the snap. B. A, B-30; game clock starts on the ready for play.

9 48. A A The Right Tackle is disengaging from his block above the waist on the defensive tackle when a teammate blocks the defensive tackle at the knees at the A-43. The pass is complete to the Tight End at the B-40. A. A, A-30; chop block. B. A, A-28; chop block. C. A, B-40; legal block. 49. After the snap, the Center brushes by the Nose Guard on his way to blocking a Linebacker. The Nose Guard reaches out with his hand to touch the Center when the Team A Right Guard blocks the Nose Guard at the knees. A. Chop block; 15-yard penalty. B. Incidental contact is not a block; legal play by Team A. Replay A, B-7 The Team A Tight End in B s end zone is airborne as he controls the pass. Still in control of the ball, he gets both feet down and is immediately hit by a defensive player knocking him to the ground. The ball pops loose upon him impacting the ground. The ruling on the field [ROF] is a TD. A. Reviewable Confirm the call. B. Reviewable Reverse to Incomplete. 51. A, A-40 The punt bounces on the Team B 30-yard line and obviously hits a receiver on the leg at the A-25 and bounces towards the sideline. A Team A player who is running near the sideline, steps out of bounds at the B-35-yard (absolutely no contact), comes back inbounds and recovers the ball inbounds at the B-20, where the ball is awarded to Team A. There is no flag for the Team A player going out of bounds and returning to touch and recover the ball. A. Reviewable Reverse; foul for Team A player returning to the field of play. B. Reviewable Confirm the call. 52. A, B-17 The Team A QB drops back to pass and he is hit causing the ball to come loose as his arm moves forward. The pass is caught by the Receiver at the B-23 and advanced to the B-7. The ROF by the referee is a forward pass. Replay shows that it is a fumble. A. Reviewable Reverse to 4 th down fumble rule. B. Reviewable leave call on the field as the fumble was caught in the air.

10 53. A, A-41 Team A may have contacted the Receiver as he is attempting to catch the kick at the B-27. The ball clearly bounces off the shoulder of the Team B Receiver and rolls to the B-30, where Team A recovers. The ROF is the ball was touched by the Team B Receiver and recovered by Team A. It will be first & 10 for Team A at the B- 30. It appears that there was early contact by Team A that should have been KCI and that this contact also caused the Team B Receiver to touch the ball. A. Reviewable award the ball to B for the KCI after the penalty. B. Reviewable just not sure enough to reverse. 54. A, 50 A s pass is thrown to the Team A Wideout near the sideline at the B- 35. While airborne, the Team Receiver gains firm control of the ball and gets one foot down in bounds before being contacted by the Defensive Back and driven out of bounds. While out of bounds the Team A Receiver takes two more steps before the Defender strips the ball loose as he takes the Receiver to the ground. The ROF is a completed pass. A. Reviewable Confirm the call on the field. B. Reviewable Reverse to Incomplete. 55. A, B-4 Team A trails and has no timeouts remaining and only seconds remaining in the game. The ball carrier dives for the goal line and is ruled to have scored a TD with 2 seconds remaining in the game. Replay shows that when the runner s knee hit the ground, the ball was on the ½ yard line. Replay reverses the ruling to A s ball 4 th & goal on the ½ yard line. If the play had been properly ruled on the field, time would have expired without Team A getting off another play. A. Reviewable Reverse to game over no score. B. Reviewable Reverse to ball at the ½ yard line clock to start on the ready. 56. A, B-45 The Team A QB, in the shotgun formation, muffs the snap and dives on the ball at the A-38. The ball rolls underneath the QB as he slides across the ground and the referee blows the ball dead ruling a recovery at the A-38. However the ball pops out from under the QB as he continues to slide along the ground. The loose ball is then recovered by Team B at the A-35. A. Reviewable Reverse call to B s ball on the A 35. B. Reviewable ask the Referee to invoke the IW rule.

11 57. A, B-11 With only seconds remaining in the 4th quarter and the clock running, Team A trails Team A has no time outs remaining. Team A is lined up in a field goal formation. The Team B Lineman who is head up on the snapper, fakes a charge between the snapper and Right Guard. The Right Tackle lifts his hand in reaction to the defensive charge. The officials flag the play and the clock is stopped with 8-seconds remaining. After conferring,, Team B is penalized for entering the neutral zone and causing the Right Tackle to lift his hand. Video evidence clearly shows that the defense never entered the neutral zone and it should have been a false start on the Right Tackle. A. Reviewable reverse to Team A foul. B. Not Reviewable. 58. On a kickoff, Team A tries an onside kick. A Team A Player has his feet at the A-46 when he recovers the ball at the A-44. Officials rule illegal touching. A. Reviewable award the ball to Team B. B. Reviewable Confirm call on the field. 59. On a kickoff the ball hits the sideline at the B-15, and then bounces back towards the middle of the field where a Team A player falls on the ball. Officials rule that the ball did not hit the sideline and award possession to Team A. A. Reviewable - Regarding whether the ball touched the sideline. B. Not Reviewable. 60. On an onside kick attempt, Team A leaps in the air near the sideline and controls the ball airborne at the A-43. He comes down inbounds and loses the ball, after his left knee touches the ground. Team B recovers the loose ball, and the officials award the ball to Team B. A. Reviewable reverse to ball carrier down. B. Reviewable recovery of a loose ball in the field of play. - recovery of a loose ball in the field of play. 61. A, B-20 Team A Back runs to the B-9, where he is pushed back to the B-15 and is never downed. The official s rule forward progress was stopped at the B-11. A. Reviewable as the line to gain is involved. B. Reviewable no matter whether the line to gain is involved or not. 62. A, B Team A QB throws a pass to Wide Receiver at the B-2 near the sideline. The Receiver gains control of the ball while airborne and his right foot hits the pylon before his left foot lands inbounds in the EZ. The officials ruled a TD. A. Reviewable Incomplete Pass. B. Reviewable Confirm the call.

12 63. A, A-20 The Team A QB throws a pass to Tight End at the A-40 near the sideline. The Receiver catches the ball and runs to the 50 where he is tackled. Replays show that the Receiver stepped out of bounds (on his own) at the A-35 before coming back inbounds to catch the pass. A. Reviewable Reverse to incomplete. B. Not Reviewable. 64. B-35 Team B intercepts a forward pass near Team B s goal line, and the officials rule a touchback when the Team B player in possession of the football falls to the ground in the end zone. The Team B player was in possession at the B-1. A. Reviewable as the goal line is involved. B. Not Reviewable. 65. A, A-20 The Team A QB is under pressure at the A-15 and throws a pass that lands incomplete behind the line of scrimmage. The referee flags the QB for intentional grounding. An eligible receiver was within 2-yards of the ball when it hit the ground. A. Reviewable Receiver was close to where the pass landed. B. Not reviewable. Intentional grounding, A A A, A-20 The Team A Back runs to the A-28 and fumbles. The ball hits the sideline at the A-30 and bounces back toward the middle of the field, where Team B recovers at A-30. Officials award the ball to Team B. A. Reviewable - Ball Touching the side line. B. Not Reviewable. 67. A-20 The Team Back runs to the A-25 and fumbles. The Team A Tight End and Team B Linebacker recover the ball simultaneously in the middle of the field. The officials award the ball to Team B. Replay clearly shows that Team A had the ball. A. Reviewable B. Not reviewable. B, A A, A-45 With 12-seconds remaining in the 2 nd quarter, the QB throws a long pass to a Team A Receiver at the B-15 where he is tackled in bounds. The officials rule the pass complete and time expires on the play. Replay evidence shows that after completing the catch the Receiver was down with 2-seconds remaining on the game clock. A. Reviewable play, regarding whether the pass was complete but not the time on the clock. B. Reviewable both on the catch and the time remaining on the game clock at the end of the play.

13 69. A, A-20 The Right Tackle is flagged for holding, and the penalty is accepted. After the penalty enforcement, the officials mistakenly indicate 2 nd down. A. Reviewable wrong down. B. Reviewable only if the Coach Challenges. Scrimmage Kicks A, B-5 Team A trails by 1-point and has no time outs remaining. The game clock is running. Team A is in a scrimmage kick formation but the 25-clock expires before the snap. 1-second remains on the game clock in the 4 th quarter. A. Ready B. Snap C. 10-Second Runoff; Game is over. 71. A, A-30 Team A s punt is blocked up into the air by the Defense. A Team B Player attempts to catch the ball at the A-25 where he is pushed from the front by a Team A Player who catches the ball at the A-25. The Team A player runs to the A-42 where he is tackled. During A s run Team A blocked a Team B player below the waist at the A-40. A. A, 4/16 A-20 B. A, 4/11 A-25 C. Offset and Replay A-48 The Receiver muffs the punt at the B-6. The Receiver recovers the ball in the end zone and attempts to run it out. He is hit and fumbles the ball. Another Receiver picks up the loose ball in the end zone and is finally tackled at the B-22. During the first run in the end zone Team B held at the B-10. A. B, 1/10 B-5 B. B, 1/10 B-9 C. Safety; 20-yard line. 73. A, A-30 The Receiver signals for a fair catch at the B-25. He muffs the ball into the air at the B-25. After the muff, the Receiver steps forward and catches the ball at the B-27. After the catch the Kickers tackle him at the B-27. A. B, 1/10 B-27 B. B, 1/10 B-25 C. B, 1/10 B A, A-45 The Kicker shanks the ball in an attempt to punt. The ball lands at the B-49. The Receiver attempts to pick up the bouncing ball but muffs it to the A-44. Team A picks up the ball at the A-44 and steps out of bounds at the A-46. (Clock) A. A, 1/10 A-44 Snap B. A, 1/10 A-44 Ready C. B, 1/10 A-44 where the ball became dead.

14 75. A, A-35 From a scrimmage kick formation Team A punts the ball. Just after kicking the ball the Defense runs into the Kicker s kicking leg before he can return it to the ground. This contact causes the Kicker to flop onto the ground in an attempt to show he was roughed. The punt is downed at the B-15. A. A, A-40 or B, B-15 B. B, B A, A-2 Team A s punt from deep in his end zone is blocked and rolls out to the A-3. The Team B Receiver attempts to pick up the rolling ball and muffs it back into the end zone where the Team A Right Tackle falls on the ball. A. Touchback B. Safety C. B, A A, A-40 From a scrimmage kick formation the ball is punted to the Team B Receiver. The Team A Flyer runs out of bounds to avoid being blocked and continues to run out of bounds for 20-yards. The Receiver catches the punt at the B-20 and returns the ball to the B-40. During the Receivers run but after he catches the ball, the Flyer steps back onto the field of play and tackles the Receiver at the B-40. The Receiver fumbles the ball. The ball is recovered by the Kickers at the B-43. A. A, B-43 B. B, B-25 C. A, A A, B-45 The punt lands at the B-5 and bounces high into the air. While the ball is airborne over the goal line a Team A player reaches through the goal line plane and bats the ball into the field of play. The ball rolls out of bounds at the B-4. While the ball was rolling on the ground at the B-2, after the bat, a Team A player blocked B below the waist at the B-10. A. B-15 B. B, B-35 C. B, B A, A-33 The punt is caught by the Receiver at the B-32 and advanced to the B- 48 where he fumbles. The ball rolls out of bounds at the A-46. During the punt, a Team B Player held the Tight End on the B-37. A. B, B-38 B. A, A-43 C. B, B PSK enforcement.

15 80. A, B-26 The Field Goal attempt is blocked behind the neutral zone and rolls out of bounds untouched at the B-12. During the down a Team B player commits a personal foul against the Tight End at the B-18. A. B, B-9 B. B, B-13 C. B, B-12 D. B1, B A, B-12 On Kicker s field goal attempt from the B-19 the kick is blocked and rolls to the B-7 where a Team A player shoves the Receiver into the ball and the ball rolls to the B-½ where Team A recovers the ball. At the snap Tight End and Wing Back chop blocked the Defensive Tackle at the line of scrimmage. A. A, B-27 B. B, B-22 C. B, B A, B-40 Team A is in scrimmage kick formation with numbering exceptions on the line of scrimmage. The Punter moves up behind the center in position to receive a hand-to-hand snap. Team B enters the neutral zone and makes contact prior to the snap. A A, 4 & B-45 B. A 1/ B-35 C. Offsetting fouls defense with contact & illegal numbering. 83. A, B-22, left hash Team A s Field Goal is wide right. Team A tripped a Team B player trying to protect the kick. The officials "tack on" to the subsequent spot, the B-22, where the ball next belongs to Team B. The Coach requests a Coaches Conference since he thinks this is incorrect. Is this correct? A. Officials are Correct. B. Officials are Incorrect. Free Kicks 84. the A-35 With 45-seconds remaining on the game clock and the score in favor of Team B, Team A kicks the ball into the ground in an attempted on-side kick. The ball bounces high into the air and the Receiver extends his right arm into the air and waves it from side to side. He then catches the ball on its downward flight at the B-45 and runs to the A-35 where he is tackled by his facemask. A. B, A-40 B. B, A-45 C. B, A-20

16 85. A The free kick is rolling at the B-5 where the Receiver picks up the ball. When he picks up the ball his right foot is slightly touching the sideline. The Receiver runs to the B-15 where he is tackled by his facemask. A. B, B-30 B. B, 50 C. B, 1/10 A A-35 The free kick rolls out of bounds untouched by Team B at the B-25. After the ball was out of bounds a Team A player pulled down a Team B player by his facemask. A. B, 50; only option. B. B, 50; or A-15. C. B, A-40; or A A Just before A kicks the ball on an obvious on-side kick the receiver steps across the A-45. The kick rolls to the A47 where B picks up the ball and runs to the A-35 where a Team A player grabs and twists B s facemask pulling him to the ground. A. A-35 B. B, A-20 C. A A While the free kick is in the air three B players all run together at the B-20 approximately parallel to one another and about 1-yard apart. The kicked ball goes into the end zone where Receiver catches the ball. He starts to run out of the end zone but stops just before crossing the goal line and he takes a knee. A Team A player runs into two of the players that are running shoulder to shoulder contacting them above the waist after the ball is caught. A. B, B-12-1/2 B. B, B-25 C. B, 1/10 B A35... The pooch free kick (not touched the ground) is caught at the A-46 by the kicking team player who falls to the A-48. No Team B player was in position to catch the ball. A. B, A-46 B. B, A-48 C. A, A A The ball goes out-of-bounds at the B-25. Team A is offside on the kick. A. B, B-35; or A-30. B. B, B-35 [option] C. B, B-45; or re-kick from the A-35.

17 91. A-35 Team A is offside on the free kick. Team B receiver catches the kick and returns to the 50-yard line where he fumbles the ball and Team A recovers and advances to the B-20. A. B, B-25; 5-yard offside penalty tacked on. B. Re-kick following the 5-yard offside penalty. C. B, A-45; offside penalty tacked on the end of Team B s run. 92. A-35 Team A is offside on the on-side kick attempt. A Team A player muffs the kick at the A-43 and Team B recovers at the A-45. A. Re-kick from A-30; only option. B. B, 40 C. B, A A-35 A free kick in flight strikes a Team B player who is standing near the sideline at the B-20. The ball bounces forward and out of bounds at the B24. Team A was offside on the play. A. B, B-29; or re-kick with a 5-yard penalty. B. B, B-24; or re-kick with a 5-yard penalty. C. B, B-40 Extra Periods 94. A B-18; 1 st extra period Team A s untouched field goal is wide right. A Team B defender commits a personal foul at the B-14 during the down. A. Series Over. B. Penalty carries to next half of the period. C. A, B On the final play of the 4th quarter, Team A's 1-point try attempt is successful. Team B defender roughs the holder. Team A accepts the point, which ties the game. A. Penalty has to be declined to accept the point. B. Accept the 1-point ; penalty carries over to OT. 96. A B During the second possession of the 1 st extra period, the QB s pass is intercepted by the Defense. The Defender runs the length of the field for a touchdown. During that run a Team B player blocked below the waist. A. Team A can take the foul in their possession; no score B. No score, start second extra selected 25-yard line. C. Re-play the down.

18 97. A, B-25 On the first possession of the extra period the QB s pass is intercepted at the B-10. The Defensive Back returns the ball to the B-35 where he is tackled and fumbles. The loose ball is recovered by Team A at the B-35. A. A, B-35 B. A s is possession over; B, 98. A, B-12 In the first overtime series the Defensive Back intercepts the pass at the B-6 and to avoid being tackled, retreats into his end zone where he is tackled. A. Series over; no score. B. Safety; 2-points for Team A; B, 1& A A, B-25 On the first series, Team B intercepts a legal forward pass on the B- 4 and retreats into his end zone (no momentum). He then advances to the B-3 where he is downed. Team B clipped in the Team B end zone during the run by the Team B player. A. Award Team A 2-points for a safety. B. A, B-15 C. Possession ends; penalize Team B 15-yards to start their possession. D. Penalty is declined by Rule; Team A s possession ends A B-25; 1 st extra period The QB throws a pass complete to the wide receiver who runs for a touchdown. During the run the Team A runner taunts the defenders by leaping from the B-2 and doing a somersault into the end zone. A. A, B40; no score. B. No score; Team B will start their A-12-1/2. C. A, B-17 D. No score; Team B possession at the A25.

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