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Old Thu May 10, 2018, 10:06pm
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Originally Posted by Manny A View Post
It's treated differently under different rule sets. NCAA and NFHS only requires that the BR have both feet inside the runner's lane. USA, however, wants the BR's entire body to be in the lane. Just another one of those simple rules that folks want to over-complicate.
Actually, I believe USA is the one who has it right. The feet do not cause the INT, but body parts outside the lane
The bat issue in softball is as much about liability, insurance and litigation as it is about competition, inflated egos and softball.
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