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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 03:48pm
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Okay a couple of questions for you all.

1. If a team has 5 players eligible to play do they have to have 5 on the floor? I want the actual rule not just oppinion here. I was at a game once where the coach did not sub when subs were available and a kid fouled out. Later on he made the substitution and they were back to 5 players.

2. If a team has only 5 players and one is injured to the extent that he is not able to be bought in with a time out. That player must leave the game and can not sub until after the clock has started and the next oppurtunity to sub comes around. So his team will have to play with 4 until that time when he can come back in and make it 5, correct?
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 03:56pm
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I want the actual rule not just oppinion here.
What level?
What rules?
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 04:06pm
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Okay a couple of questions for you all.

1. If a team has 5 players eligible to play do they have to have 5 on the floor? I want the actual rule not just oppinion here. I was at a game once where the coach did not sub when subs were available and a kid fouled out. Later on he made the substitution and they were back to 5 players.

2. If a team has only 5 players and one is injured to the extent that he is not able to be bought in with a time out. That player must leave the game and can not sub until after the clock has started and the next oppurtunity to sub comes around. So his team will have to play with 4 until that time when he can come back in and make it 5, correct?
NFHS rules:

1)If a team has 5 eligible players,they must have 5 on the floor. Case book play 3.1.1Situation.

2)Correct
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 04:10pm
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I want the actual rule not just oppinion here.
I want????

No "please"?
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 04:12pm
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Originally posted by SteveF
I want the actual rule not just oppinion here.
I want????

No "please"?

Doesn't this constitute an opinion?

You heard the guy....NO OPINIONS!

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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 05:06pm
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Doesn't this constitute an opinion?

You heard the guy....NO OPINIONS!

(IMO)

[/B][/QUOTE]That's the problem with this forum. There's too damn many opinions!!

IMO.
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 05:19pm
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Question asked...

Question answered...

Let it go, who cares if SteveF "WANTED" or asks.

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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 05:28pm
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2. If a team has only 5 players and one is injured to the extent that he is not able to be bought in with a time out. That player must leave the game and can not sub until after the clock has started and the next oppurtunity to sub comes around. So his team will have to play with 4 until that time when he can come back in and make it 5, correct? [/B]
They can buy him in with a TO.
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 05:32pm
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Let it go, who cares if SteveF "WANTED" or asks.

Me.
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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 05:54pm
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Question asked...

Question answered...

Let it go, who cares if SteveF "WANTED" or asks.

Me.
Awwww geeze, see that. You just had to go & open your big mouth & start a fight. You are unbelievable

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Old Tue Jan 27, 2004, 06:12pm
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Question asked...

Question answered...

Let it go, who cares if SteveF "WANTED" or asks.

Me.
I, too.
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Old Wed Jan 28, 2004, 07:37am
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Okay a couple of questions for you all.

1. If a team has 5 players eligible to play do they have to have 5 on the floor? I want the actual rule not just oppinion here. I was at a game once where the coach did not sub when subs were available and a kid fouled out. Later on he made the substitution and they were back to 5 players.

2. If a team has only 5 players and one is injured to the extent that he is not able to be bought in with a time out. That player must leave the game and can not sub until after the clock has started and the next oppurtunity to sub comes around. So his team will have to play with 4 until that time when he can come back in and make it 5, correct?
NFHS rules:

1)If a team has 5 eligible players,they must have 5 on the floor. Case book play 3.1.1Situation.

2)Correct
Sorry, should have said I would appreciate the actual rule and not opinion.
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Old Wed Jan 28, 2004, 08:47am
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Sorry, should have said I would appreciate the actual rule and not opinion.
[/B][/QUOTE]No problem, Steve. I posted that half in jest, anyway. Probably shoulda put a smiley on it.
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Old Wed Jan 28, 2004, 11:39am
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Smile Quarter limitations

If your state has a limitations on the number of quarters that a person can play in one night even though they are in the book and listed as substitutes they would not be required to come into the game. State rules would supercede Federation rules. If they played it may result in forfeiture of the game for playing more than the allowable quarters for that night. Our state has a five quarter limitation. Actually to violate this rule is not a concern of the officials but is an administrative problem. We would not require them to participate but if they do it is out of our jurisdiction and we do not penalize the infraction.
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Old Wed Jan 28, 2004, 11:43am
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If so my deepest apology to Dan.

Started off having a bad day,though he was just adding to it.
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