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DPI/OPI OHSAA State Football Officials Clinic July 30, 2011. 7-5-6 & 7. Pass eligibility rules apply only to a legal forward pass. Pass interference restrictions only apply beyond the NZ and only if the legal fwd pass, untouched by B in or behind the NZ, crosses the NZ.

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DPI/OPIOHSAA State Football Officials ClinicJuly 30, 2011


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7-5-6 & 7

  • Pass eligibility rules apply only to a legal forward pass.

  • Pass interference restrictions only apply beyond the NZ and only if the legal fwd pass, untouched by B in or behind the NZ, crosses the NZ.

  • Pass interference restrictions are in effect for all A and B players until the ball is touched or the pass is incomplete


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7-5-9

  • Pass interference restrictions on a legal forward pass begin for:

    • A with the snap

    • B when the ball leaves the passer’s hand

  • Restrictions end for:

    • Eligible A when the pass has been touched by any player

    • Ineligible A when B touches the pass

    • All B players when the pass has been touched by any player


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7-5-10

  • It is forward pass interference if:

    • Any player who is beyond the NZ interferes with an eligible opponent’s opportunity to move toward, catch or bat the pass.

    • Any player hinders an opponent’s vision without making an attempt to catch, intercept or bat the ball, even though no contact was made


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7-5-11

  • It is not interference if:

    • Unavoidable contact occurs when two or more eligibles are making a simultaneous, bona fide attempt to move toward, catch or bat the pass

    • Contact by A is immediately made on a B lineman and the contact does not continue beyond the expanded NZ

    • Contact by B is obviously away from the direction of the pass


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DPI

IMPEDE

RESTRICT

5 Categories for DPI

Not Playing the Ball

Playing Thru the Receiver

Grabbing the Receiver’s Arm

Cut Off

Hook & Turn


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DPI

NOT PLAYING THE BALL

  • If the defender is playing the man and not the ball, and there is contact, it is likely a foul (with face guarding exception).

  • If the defender turns his head to find the ball prior to contact, it is likely not a foul.

  • If the defender makes contact and then turns his head to look for the ball, it is likely a foul.


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DPI

PLAYING THRU THE RECEIVER

  • Contact with the offensive player’s body prior to touching the ball is likely a foul.

  • If there is contact and the receiver’s head/shoulders come forward prior to the ball being touched by the defender, it is a foul.

  • If the ball is touched prior to contact, it is not a foul.


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DPI

ARM GRAB/ ARM BAR

  • This subtle move is becoming more common and it is likely being taught.

  • This is often done where it is only visible from the middle of the field so help from the back judge is necessary.


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DPI

CUT OFF

  • The defender moves into the path of the receiver and knocks him off his route while the ball is in the air.

  • The defender rides the receiver out of bounds or off of his route.


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DPI

HOOK AND TURN

  • The defender’s hand/arm is hooked around the waist/hip of the receiver and is used to twist the receiver just prior to the ball arriving.


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NOT DPI

INCIDENTAL CONTACT, FOOT ENTANGLEMENT, LAYING HAND IN THE BACK, DEFENDER IN POSITION FIRST

  • It is not pass interference when unavoidable contact occurs when two or more eligibles are making a simultaneous, bona fide attempt to move toward, catch or bat the pass


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OPI

SEPARATION

PICK/BLOCKING DOWNFIELD


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OPI

PICK/BLOCKING DOWNFIELD

  • This usually occurs when there is a double set of receivers. The first receiver to leave the line of scrimmage will pick for the second receiver.

  • There must be deliberate contact


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OPI

CREATING SEPARATION (PUSH OFF)

  • This is done just prior to the ball arriving

  • The receiver’s actions need to provide a clear separation and hands on a body does not necessarily constitute a push off.


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OPI

DRIVING THROUGH


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NOT OPI

  • Immediate contact by A against a B lineman that does not extend past the expanded neutral zone is not OPI.

  • Eligible players of either team have equal rights to the ball.


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