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All_Heart Wed Jan 11, 2006 08:43am

End of game a Missouri player had both knees on the ground while holding the ball and then lifted one knee and planted the foot (Visualize a man proposing to a woman). On the replay it looked like the player might not have had control of the ball.

If the player had control or not this would not be a violation (NCAA), correct?

This is a violation in high school, correct?


Also did anyone see the bench player for Oklahoma hit the ball back inbounds? If Lead was on that side of the court he might have seen that, but it was still a very difficult thing to see.

mick Wed Jan 11, 2006 08:57am

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Originally posted by All_Heart
End of game a Missouri player had both knees on the ground while holding the ball and then lifted one knee and planted the foot (Visualize a man proposing to a woman). On the replay it looked like the player might not have had control of the ball.

If the player had control or not this would not be a violation (NCAA), correct?

This is a violation in high school, correct?


Also did anyone see the bench player for Oklahoma hit the ball back inbounds? If Lead was on that side of the court he might have seen that, but it was still a very difficult thing to see.

Without control, a player cannot travel.

All_Heart Wed Jan 11, 2006 09:23am

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Originally posted by mick

Without control, a player cannot travel.

Of course not but NFHS is different from NCAA in how you may rise from the floor correct? I don't have my books with me.

mick Wed Jan 11, 2006 09:45am

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Originally posted by All_Heart
Quote:

Originally posted by mick

Without control, a player cannot travel.

Of course not but NFHS is different from NCAA in how you may rise from the floor correct? I don't have my books with me.

All_Heart,

No difference that I know of regarding the "attempt to rise".

One difference between Fed and NCAA, however, is that a college player may legally *drop* to one knee while holding the ball, if the pivot foot is stationary.
mick

All_Heart Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:43am

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Originally posted by mick

All_Heart,

No difference that I know of regarding the "attempt to rise".

One difference between Fed and NCAA, however, is that a college player may legally *drop* to one knee while holding the ball, if the pivot foot is stationary.
mick

Thanks Mick

I was thinking of that rule but forgot that it was dropping to one knee. So it is illegal for them to rise to one knee.


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