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NFHS Pass Interference. Presenter: Rich Czarnecki PIAA District 3. Pass Interference Rules Apply When: (Rule 7-5-7). There is a Legal Forward Pass; Legal Forward Pass Crosses the Neutral Zone; Legal Forward Pass is Untouched by Team B In or Behind the Neutral Zone;

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nfhs pass interference

NFHS Pass Interference

Presenter: Rich Czarnecki

PIAA District 3

pass interference rules apply when rule 7 5 7
Pass Interference Rules Apply When:(Rule 7-5-7)
  • There is a Legal Forward Pass;
  • Legal Forward Pass Crosses the Neutral Zone;
  • Legal Forward Pass is Untouched by Team B In or Behind the Neutral Zone;
  • Interference Occurs Beyond the NZ.
  • All of the Above Must Be Present.
forward passes legal except when rule 7 5 2
Forward Passes Legal Except When:(Rule 7-5-2)
  • Pass After Team Possession Has Changed During a Down
  • Pass From Beyond the Neutral Zone
  • Pass Intentionally Thrown into an Area not Occupied by an Eligible Offensive Player
  • Pass Intentionally Thrown Incomplete to Save Loss of Yardage or to Conserve Time (Exception: Grounded After a Hand-to-Hand Snap)
  • A Second or Subsequent Forward Pass Thrown During a Down
pass interference restrictions in effect rule 7 5 8
PASS INTERFERENCE RESTRICTIONS IN EFFECT(Rule 7-5-8)
  • For all A and B Players until the ball is touched or the pass is incomplete.
  • Restrictions for A begin at the snap.
  • Restrictions for B begin when the ball leaves the passer’s hand.
pass interference restrictions end rule 7 5 9
PASS INTERFERENCE RESTRICTIONS END(Rule 7-5-9)
  • For all A players , when B touches a legal forward pass;
  • For all eligible A players when A touches a legal forward pass. Ineligible A players may not touch pass can legally block to ward off an opponent;
  • For all B players when legal forward pass touched by A or B.
foward pass interference occurs if 7 5 10
FOWARD PASS INTERFERENCEOCCURS IF:(7-5-10)
  • Any A or B player who is beyond the neutral zone 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.
  • May have “intentional” pass interference (15 yard tack on).
eligible pass receivers
ELIGIBLE PASS RECEIVERS
  • All A players eligible by legal position and number at the snap (legally on the end of the line or in the backfield - total of 6 and numbered 1-49 or 80-99).
  • All A players when B touches the ball.
  • All B players.
  • Players eligible at start of down remain eligible through out the down.
not forward pass interference if 7 5 11
NOT FORWARD PASSINTERFERENCE IF:(7-5-11)
  • 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 team B lineman and the contact does not continue beyond the expanded neutral zone.
  • Contact by B is obviously away from the pass.
high probability for pass interference
HIGH PROBABILITY FORPASS INTERFERENCE
  • When a defender gets beat and is in a chase mode (DPI)
  • When a defender bites on a fake (DPI)
  • When A is on the 5 yard line and in (OPI)
categories of defensive pass interference
CATEGORIES of DEFENSIVE PASS INTERFERENCE
  • ARM BAR – Arm across the body restricting the opponent’s movement.
  • HOLD – Grabbing an opponent preventing him from reaching the pass.
  • NOT PLAYING THE BALL – Not making a bona fide effort to reach the pass.
  • PLAYING THROUGH THE BACK – Contacting an opponent through the back even when making an effort to get to the pass.
  • HOOK AND TURN – Hooking the arm around the waist or shoulders and turning the opponent while attempting to get to the pass.
  • CUT-OFF – Restrict or prevent an opponent from moving toward a pass.
categories of offensive pass interference
CATEGORIES ofOFFENSIVE PASS INTERFERENCE
  • BLOCKING DOWNFIELD – Blocking an eligible A receiver before the pass has been touched (Picks).
  • CREATING SEPERATION – Pushing off and creating a separation advantage (Most common).
  • DRIVING TOWARD DEFENDER WHO HAS POSITION.
pass interference misconceptions
PASS INTERFERENCE MISCONCEPTIONS
  • Legal forward pass must be “catchable” to have pass interference. (NFHS not required)
  • Must have “contact” to have pass interference. (Face guarding)
  • Touching of a pass by an ineligible beyond the neutral zone is offensive pass interference. (Illegal Touching)
pass interference penalties
PASS INTERFERENCE PENALTIES
  • If by A: 15 yards plus loss of down
  • If by B: 15 yards plus first down
  • Basic Spot: Previous Spot
  • If intentional by A or B: Additional 15 yard penalty from succeeding spot