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«ROBERT F. KANABY, Publisher Bruce L. Howard and John C. Gillis, Editors NFHS Publications © 1997, 2003 By the National Federation of State High ...»

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Provision 7: When the ball touches a player on the receiving team who is not trying to gain possession, charge a “Team” return for yardage gained or lost from the point where the ball first touched the player. Charge the receiving team with a fumble. (NOTE: See information on a fumble by the punter on page 24.) CD 1: Team A has the ball on its 40-yard line. Player A’s punt bounces at Team B’s 25-yard line where it strikes the leg of Player B, who is trying to avoid the ball. The ball then rolls to the 20-yard line, where it is recovered by Player A1. Credit Player A with a 35-yard punt. Charge Team B with a “Team” punt return of minus 5 yards and a fumble lost.

CD 2: Team A has the ball on its 40-yard line. Player A’s punt bounces at Team B’s 25-yard line where it strikes the leg of Player B, who is trying to avoid the ball. The ball then rolls to the 20-yard line. Player B1 picks up the ball at the 20-yard line and advances it to the 24-yard line. Credit Player A with a 35yard punt. Charge Team B with a “Team” punt return of minus 5 yards and a fumble not lost. Credit Player B1 with no punt return but 4 yards under “Punt Returns.” Provision 8: When an onside kickoff that has traveled at least 10 yards strikes a player on the receiving team (who may or may not be tryFootball ing to gain possession), charge a “Team” return for yardage gained or lost (if any) from the point where the ball first touched the player if the kicking team recovered the kick. Charge the receiving team with a fumble lost if recovered by the kicking team. When an onside kickoff that has traveled at least 10 yards strikes a player on the kicking team before striking any member of the receiving team and is recovered by the kicking team, this is a point of possession only. Do not charge a fumble, fumble recovery, kick return or kick return yardage to either team. The ball is dead as soon as it is caught or recovered by the kicking team.

Provision 9: When a foul occurs behind the point where the kick return began, do not credit the returnee with a return or return yardage.

CD 1: Player B fields a punt on Team B’s 40-yard line and advances to the 50-yard line, but a clipping foul occurs during the return on Team B’s 35-yard line. After enforcement, the ball is on the 20-yard line. Do not credit Player B with a punt return or punt-return yardage. Charge Team B with a penalty of 20 yards.

Provision 10: Only the number of punts and kickoffs that the receiving team attempts to return are included under “Kick Returns.” Exception: Blocked kicks that travel toward the kicker’s goal.

CD 1: Team A attempts to kick off, but encroaches. Team A is penalized 5 yards and kicks off again from its 35-yard line. Charge Team A with a penalty of 5 yards.

CD 2: Team A kicks off from its 40-yard line, and the ball travels only 10 yards and goes out of bounds before touching any member of Team B. Team B retains the option of taking the ball where it went out of bounds at midfield or Team B may elect to take the ball 25 yards downfield from the spot of the kickoff. In either case, there is no penalty assessed and no return is recorded.

CD 3: On a kickoff, a Team B player falls on the ball without attempting a return. Do not charge the player with a kickoff return. However, if the player fumbles or makes a clear attempt to return, then give the player an attempt and Football 21 yardage gained or lost.

CD 4: There is no credit on any kickoff recovered by the kicking team beyond the receiving team’s restraining line. Do not charge a fumble unless the kick has been touched by a member of the receiving team.

SECTION 5: Fumbles

Provision 1: On any play terminated by a fumble, the yards involved to the point of recovery are credited to the player who fumbled, regardless of which team recovers the fumble. The player recovering a fumble by the opposing team is credited with a fumble recovery and return yardage from the spot of recovery to the spot where the ball is declared dead in the player’s possession.

CD 1: From the 50-yard line, Player A advances to Team B’s 45yard line and fumbles. Player B recovers at Team B’s 40-yard line. Player B is credited with a fumble recovery, but with no fumble recovery return yards. Player A is credited with 10 yards rushing.

CD 2: From the 50-yard line, Player A advances to Team B’s 45yard line and fumbles. Player B recovers at Team B’s 40-yard line and advances to Team A’s 45-yard line. Player B is credited with 15 fumble recovery return yards. Player A is credited with 10 yards rushing.

Provision 2: An offensive fumble advanced by a teammate from beyond the LOS is recorded in the category of the originating play, and the yardage is measured from the point of recovery of the fumble. Do not credit a rushing or passing attempt or fumble return yardage.

Provision 3: An offensive fumble recovered by a teammate on or

behind the LOS is recorded as follows:

a) if advanced beyond the LOS, charge the player who fumbled with a rush. Credit the teammate with no rush and yardage determined from the LOS,

b) if the play results in no gain or a loss, charge the player who 22 Football fumbled with a rush and minus yardage, if any,

c) if the play results in a loss and the teammate contributes to an additional loss, also charge the latter with minus yardage but with no rush.





Provision 4: Any offensive fumble either behind or beyond the LOS recovered by any offensive or defensive player may be advanced.

Provision 5: An offensive fumble on any down recovered by the opponent is recorded as a fumble lost.

Provision 6: When, after an offensive fumble behind the LOS, a defensive player unintentionally kicks the ball in an attempt to obtain possession, charge the player who fumbled with a rush and yardage to the point where the ball was kicked. Charge the “Team” with no rush and yardage to the point where the ball was recovered.

Fumbles During Kickoff Return: If a player muffs a kickoff, it is recorded as a fumble. If a player fumbles (loses possession), the player is credited with kickoff return yardage from the spot at which the player gains possession to the spot where the recovery is made, regardless of which team recovers.

CD 1: Player A kicks off to Team B’s 20-yard line where Player B muffs and recovers at Team B’s 15-yard line, then returns to Team B’s 50-yard line. Player B is charged with a fumble and is credited with 30 kickoff return yards.

CD 2: Player A kicks off to Team B’s 20-yard line where Player B1 muffs and Player B2 recovers with no return at Team B’s 15-yard line. Player B1 is charged with a fumble and no kickoff return yards are recorded.

CD 3: Player A1 kicks off to Team B’s 20-yard line where Player B catches the kick and then fumbles while advancing, with either Player B or A2 recovering at Team B’s 30-yard line.

Player B is charged with a fumble and is credited with 10 kickoff return yards.

Punt Return: Same as for kickoff return.

Scrimmage Play — Rushing: The runner is credited with plus or minus rushing yardage from the LOS to the spot where the ball is declared dead in the player’s possession. If the player fumbles, the Football 23 player is credited with rushing yardage from the LOS to the spot where the ball is recovered.

Scrimmage Play — Passing: Treated the same as a rushing play after the receiver has caught the ball. It is considered the same as a rushing play if the player going back to pass fumbles (the player is still a runner).

Punt: If the punter fumbles with no bad snap involved and does not get the punt away, the punter is charged with a fumble and is credited with rushing yardage from the LOS to the spot where the ball is recovered or is declared dead in the player’s possession. If a bad snap is involved and no punt is made, the rushing yardage is credited to the team and not to an individual, unless the player is able to advance beyond the LOS. If there was a bad snap, the team is charged with the fumble.

Try-For-Point: If a fumble occurs during a try-for-point, it is not recorded in the statistics.

SECTION 6: Scrimmage Kicks (Punts)

Provision 1: The punter is credited with punting yardage from the LOS

to the spot where:

a) the receiver gains possession,

b) the ball goes out of bounds,

c) the ball is declared dead not in possession of the receiving team,

d) to the goal line, if the ball goes into the end zone.

Provision 2: When a punt is declared dead on or behind the goal line (a touchback), the distance of the punt is measured from the LOS to the goal line.

Provision 3: When there is a penalty assessed against Team B on a punt declared dead on or behind the goal line, measure the distance of the punt from the LOS to the goal line.

Provision 4: If there is a penalty to be assessed against Team A for illegal interference with Team B’s opportunity to catch a kick while in flight, measure the distance of the punt to the point of infraction or where the ball is declared dead (if Team B declines the penalty), 24 Football whichever is the shorter distance.

Provision 5: A ball loose on an unblocked punt that does not cross the LOS can be advanced by either team. The loss on the punt is minus yardage charged against punting. If a player of the kicking team recovers the ball and advances it, credit the player with a rush and rushing yardage from the point of recovery. If a player of the receiving team advances the ball, credit the player with a punt return and yardage from the point of recovery.

Provision 6: A loss on an unblocked punt due to an improperly centered ball that prevents the punter from carrying out the assignment is recorded as a “Team” entry.

SECTION 7: Field Goals

Provision 1: Field-goal yardage is not included in total offensive statistics. The length of a field goal is from the point from which it is kicked to the goal posts. (Add 10 yards to the yard line from which a successful or unsuccessful field goal is kicked.) CD 1: Player A successfully kicks a field goal from Team B’s 30yard line. The kick is recorded as a 40-yard kick.

CD 2: Player A kicks a field goal from between Team B’s 35- and 36-yard lines. It is a 45-yard attempt unless the ball is touching the 36-yard line.

Provision 2: The kicker is not charged with a field-goal attempt if the player does not actually kick (i.e., if it is due to a bad pass from center or if the player holding the ball muffs or juggles it long enough to prevent an opportunity to kick). Such an unsuccessful attempt is charged to “Team” rather than to the kicker. However, if the ball is momentarily fumbled and then kicked, an attempt is charged to the kicker, regardless of the success or failure of the effort.

Provision 3: The kicker is charged with a field-goal attempt that is blocked.

Exception: If, in the judgment of the scorer, an error in the center snap or placement of the ball by the holder is the direct cause Football 25 of a blocked attempt, the kicker shall not be charged with an attempt. Such an unsuccessful attempt is charged to the “Team” rather than to the kicker.

Provision 4: When a bad pass from center occurs, or the player holding the ball muffs or juggles it long enough to prevent the kicker from making an attempt, and a loss occurs on the play, charge the “Team” with a rush and minus yardage. If the ball is advanced beyond the LOS, credit the ball carrier with a rush and yardage.

SECTION 8: Try (Point-After-Touchdown Attempt)

Provision 1: After a touchdown, the scoring team shall attempt a try during which the ball is snapped from a spot designated by Team A anywhere between the inbounds lines on Team B’s 3-yard line.

This involves a scrimmage down which is neither numbered nor timed. Team A may score two points by running or passing the ball across the goal line on a scrimmage play or one point for a kick attempt or safety by Team B under rules governing play at other times during the game.

Exception: If a touchdown is scored during the last down of the fourth period, the try shall not be attempted unless the point(s) would affect the outcome of the game or playoff qualifying.

Provision 2: If a two-point conversion is made by a pass or a run, yardage is not included in total offensive statistics. No passing statistics are recorded, and no rushing statistics are recorded.

Similarly, a kick attempt (either successful or unsuccessful) for an extra point is not included in the total offensive statistics.

Provision 3: The kicker is not charged with an extra-point attempt if the player does not actually kick, i.e., if it is due to a bad pass from center or if the player holding the ball muffs or juggles it long enough to prevent an opportunity to kick. Such an unsuccessful attempt is charged to the “Team.” Exception: If the ball is momentarily fumbled and then kicked, an attempt is charged to the kicker, regardless of the success or failure of the effort.

26 Football Provision 4: The kicker is charged with an extra-point attempt that is blocked.

Exception: If, in the judgment of the scorer, an error in the center snap or placement of the ball by the holder is the direct cause of a blocked attempt, the kicker shall not be charged with an attempt. Such an unsuccessful attempt is charged to the “Team” rather than to the kicker.

Provision 5: A player is not charged with an attempt when, after an error in the center snap or placement of the ball, the player attempts an unsuccessful two-point try. Rather, charge a “Team” attempt.

Provision 6: On an extra-point attempt, the ball is dead as soon as it is apparent the kick has failed to score.

SECTION 9: All-Purpose Running and Total Offense

Provision 1: All-purpose running is the combined net yards gained by rushing, receiving, interception (and fumble) returns, punt returns, kickoff returns and runbacks of field-goal attempts. All-purpose running does not include forward passing yardage.

Provision 2: Total offense is the combined result of rushing and forward passing ONLY, since those two are the only methods by which legal advance can be initiated while retaining possession of the ball.

Provision 3: Total offense is the total of net gain rushing and net gain forward passing. Receiving and runback yards are not included in total offense.



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