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Old Sat Jan 26, 2013, 02:02pm
Camron Rust Camron Rust is offline
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[QUOTE=bob jenkins;874540]
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Originally Posted by ronny mulkey View Post

Asked and answered.

There's no penalty to have both on the roster. There's no penalty if only one plays. There is a penalty if (and when) the second one enters the game.
Actually, bob, it is illegal to have both 0 and 00 listed on the roster whether they play or not. They are considered to be "identical numbers". See 3-2-2e.

This would be an administrative T as the uniforms themselves are legal but the listing in the book with both legal numbers is not legal.

If either of the players wanted to play, one would need to change and there would be no further penalty as the single administrative T would have already been incurred.
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