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Flag Football – Fall 2005 UNC-Chapel Hill. Expectations Be on time – this means 15 minutes before your first scheduled game. Be properly attired – stripes TUCKED IN, black shorts or wind pants, a hat if you want one, and your whistle (I will send you home to get these things).

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Expectations

  • Be on time – this means 15 minutes before your first scheduled game.

  • Be properly attired – stripes TUCKED IN, black shorts or wind pants, a hat if you want one, and your whistle (I will send you home to get these things).

  • Know the game – this means studying rules and mechanics beyond what you learn in clinic.

  • Hustle and be interested.

  • Be professional and courteous.

  • HAVE FUN!



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Terminology

  • Previous Spot

    • Where the ball was last snapped.

  • End of Run

    • Where the player looses possession or the ball becomes dead in player possession.

  • Succeeding Spot

    • Where the ball will next be snapped.

  • Spot of the Foul

    • Where the foul occurred.


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Terminology

  • Live Ball Foul

    - A foul which occurs during a down.

  • Dead Ball Foul

    - A foul which occurs in the time interval after a down has

    ended and before the ball is next snapped.

  • Clean Hands Principle

    - If each team fouls during a down in which there is a change of

    team possession, the team last in possession may retain the

    ball provided its foul is not prior to the final change of

    possession and it declines all live ball fouls.


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Loose Ball

A loose ball play is action during:

A punt

A legal forward pass

A backward pass, including the snap, or fumble made by A from on or behind his/her scrimmage line.

The run or runs which precedes such legal pass, punt, or fumble

Running play

A running play is any action which is not a loose ball play

Behind the line it includes:

A run which is not followed by a loose ball behind the line

A run which followed by an illegal pass from behind the line.

Beyond the line it includes any run.

Loose Ball vs. Running Play


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Time Continuum

Loose Ball

Running Play

Snap

Pass Caught

Dead Ball

Quarterback runs and gets de-flagged

Running Play

Snap

Dead Ball


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All But One RuleLoose Ball Play

Foul by Team B Basic Spot

Foul by Team A Basic Spot

Basic Spot of Enforcement is the previous spot

Penalize from here

Penalize from here

Penalize from here

Foul by Team A But One

Foul by Team B Basic Spot

Penalize from here


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All But One RuleRunning Play

Foul by Team B Basic Spot

Foul by Team A Basic Spot

Basic Spot of Enforcement is where the related run ends

Penalize from here

Penalize from here

Penalize from here

Foul by Team A But One

Foul by Team B Basic Spot

Penalize from here


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Football Penalty Enforcement Flow Chart

Football Penalty Enforcement Flow Chart

Type of Foul Live Ball or Dead Ball?

Type of Foul Live Ball or Dead Ball?

Dead Ball Foul- Penalize from succeeding spot

Live Ball Foul Loose Ball Play or Running Play? Simultaneous with snap?

Simultaneous with snap Penalize from previous spot

Loose Ball Play Basic Spot = Previous Spot

Running Play Basic Spot = End Of Run

Foul by A from behind basic spot Penalize from spot of foul

All other fouls Penalize from Basic Spot

Foul by A behind the basic spot Penalize from spot of foul

All other fouls Penalize from basic spot


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Goal Line

Mechanics


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Whistle

Mechanics


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  • It is important keep the whistle in your hand until you are ready to blow it. This will cut down on the amount of inadvertent whistles.

  • Let the play kill itself. Do not be in a hurry. It is better to be late and right.

  • Make sure to sound the whistle loud and clear with one blow. This is better than a weak timid sounding whistle or a series of quick “toots”.


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