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Old Tue Aug 15, 2006, 12:22pm
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College Vs. High School

I will be doing a few small collage games for the first time this year and want to know if there is a place to find out the major differences in rules from College to high school. I realize reading both rule books is wise but I assume there is something in print that may highlight these differences. Thanks
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Old Tue Aug 15, 2006, 12:25pm
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The back of both books - NFHS & NCAA has a chart seperating the major rule differences...

Welcome to the college level, good luck in your first year!
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Old Tue Aug 15, 2006, 12:31pm
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You can buy the Rules for Refs from Referee Magazine. This goes through every single rule that has some kind of difference and even goes through rules changes each year from each level.

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Old Tue Aug 15, 2006, 12:32pm
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thank you! I knew it was probably obvious.
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Old Tue Aug 15, 2006, 01:47pm
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I will be doing a few small collage games for the first time this year and want to know if there is a place to find out the major differences in rules from College to high school. I realize reading both rule books is wise but I assume there is something in print that may highlight these differences. Thanks

Besides buying the NCAA Rules Book directly from the NCAA and the CCA Officials Manuals (3-man for both mens' and women's) check with your assignor to see if he will have a pre-season rules clinic. You can also register to attend one of the NCAA Reginal Clinics which are mandatory for Div. I officials.

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I will be doing a few small collage games
Moe, you've already gotten good answers. The back of either rulebook will give you the big differences. Mostly, I just wanted to say welcome to the forum and good luck in your new endeavor. I think it's great that you're taking up an art project.

I'm the annoying spelling guy on this forum, so you're officially a part of our group now.

And to be serious, good luck at that next level.
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Old Tue Aug 15, 2006, 08:42pm
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Besides buying the NCAA Rules Book directly from the NCAA and the CCA Officials Manuals (3-man for both mens' and women's) check with your assignor to see if he will have a pre-season rules clinic. You can also register to attend one of the NCAA Reginal Clinics which are mandatory for Div. I officials.

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I have to say, the best mechanics book out there is the CCA Officials Manuals. They are a great help, especially if you are new to 3-whistle.

Good luck again.
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