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Old Wed Feb 05, 2020, 03:49pm
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One difference would be that in one case, I'd think running the endline would be allowed whereas the other would be a "spot."
Agree.
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Old Fri Feb 07, 2020, 12:42pm
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Inadvertent Whistle

The throw-in ends when: a. The passed ball touches or is touched by another player in-bounds. b. The passed ball touches or is touched by another player out-of-bounds. except as in 7-5-7. c. The throw-in team commits a violation.

Either way its an inadvertent whistle and as mentioned before the ball belongs to Team A and the only question to decide is if they can run the line or is it a spot throw in depending on how you interpret the original post.
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Old Wed Feb 12, 2020, 12:43pm
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And either way, team A gets the ball and, in all likelihood, it is on the endline if the ball was thrown to the old lead (new trail).
What about the location of the official? If the official was standing OOB, the ball would be OOB and the POI would be thrown-in for B, either at the original spot if the throw-in had not ended, or the spot where it touched the official OOB if the thrown-in had ended.
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Old Wed Feb 12, 2020, 01:23pm
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What about the location of the official? If the official was standing OOB, the ball would be OOB and the POI would be thrown-in for B, either at the original spot if the throw-in had not ended, or the spot where it touched the official OOB if the thrown-in had ended.
The OP said the official was inbounds.
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