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Old Mon Dec 15, 2003, 02:38am
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Originally posted by AndrewMcCarthy
Originally posted by cowbyfan1
Now where is these rules does it say that a continuation block makes it leagal and 2. where in the rule book is continuation block even mentioned? It sure is not under the blocking definitions
I think you answered your own question. The initial contact is above the waist so it's not considered a block below the waist. The key is the INITIAL contact.
No, the INITIAL contact must be BELOW the waist if the player is going to cut like that. If they go high, they cannot go low.
Offensive lines are continually told that they cannot stand up like they are going to pass block and then dive down so they should not be allowed to actually block high and then cut.

Need an out, get an out. Need a run, balk it in.
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