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Old Wed Sep 13, 2006, 04:50am
RoyGardner RoyGardner is offline
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"Assuming Team B wants to accept the offside penalty, their choices in

(a) are to have Team A rekick from the A-30 (no other option), and in

(b) to rekick from the A-30 or tack 5 yards on from the B-40, 1/10 from the B-45 even though there was technically no actual run."

Answers to both a and b are correct, but there is a "run" in b. For a, no run, therfore no enforcement from the end of the run option, but in b per NCAA rules, there is a run that begins and ends when B recovers the ball while grounded, so B can accept enforcement from the DB spot in this case.
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