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Old Mon Sep 27, 2004, 10:58am
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much to my chagrin, I agreed to call a pee-wee game on Saturday to help out one of my buddies. As could be expected the local league has various rules that they have tacked onto an already convoluted FED rule book to make things "fair".

Sitch: 2nd half - A scores a touchdown using an ineligible reciever (local rule, can only play receiver one half - if he touches the ball). After the RFP, prior to the snap on the try, the game administrator who is responsible for keeping track of eligibility, calls for an official timeout and informs me that the receiver is inelligible and the coach of B knows and is making an issue of it. The chains have already moved and I have way of knowing what the previous spot is.

What would you do?
Alan Roper

Stand your ground. Don't fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here - CPT John Parker, April 19, 1775, Lexington, Mass
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