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Old Wed Dec 28, 2016, 11:25pm
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Originally Posted by ODog View Post
Why? They're both violations before team control inbounds is established. I see no difference. The violating team should get the arrow.
A jumper possessing the ball before the jump ends is the violation. The actual possession of the ball is a violation. On the other play the possession is not the violation. It is that he is standing out of bounds. The possession isn't nullified. I'm not a fan of it and I'm not as confident about it as I am most other things. I just think that possession counts.
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