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Old Tue Oct 28, 2003, 08:34am
TNDavid TNDavid is offline
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With respect to the play situation discussed above, there have been several threads on the McGriff Board with an interpretation, purported to be based on an inquiry to the NFHS, to the effect that, since the reason the period was originally extended was for the try down to be played, the period can only be further extended by a replay of the try. If the foul against A includes the loss of the right to replay the down, then the try is over and the period is ended. You should not extend the period for a kickoff.
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