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Old Sun Apr 29, 2007, 08:23pm
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Rule on player requesting timeout while going out of bounds - please be specific. Thanks!
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Old Sun Apr 29, 2007, 08:34pm
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NFHS: Granted as long as the team requesting the timeout has a player in posession of a live ball.

NCAA: Depends.
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Old Sun Apr 29, 2007, 08:46pm
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NCAA: Depends.
The only thing that "depends" is if the player is airborne. But if a player has control of the ball and is falling out of bounds while still on the court, then you grant the timeout.

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Old Mon Apr 30, 2007, 01:11am
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if a player is in the air with the ball secured - then ignore the request. Not allowed. Correct?
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Old Mon Apr 30, 2007, 03:27am
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if a player is in the air with the ball secured - then ignore the request. Not allowed. Correct?
In NF it is very much allowed. Anytime a player has the ball secured you can grant a timeout.

In NCAA games it is not allowed.

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Old Mon Apr 30, 2007, 06:31am
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if a player is in the air with the ball secured - then ignore the request. Not allowed. Correct?
Just to clarify - the no TO rule only applies to an airborne player whose momentum is carrying him out of bounds. If the player jumps straight up into the air, grabs the ball, then comes straight down over the FT half-circle, a TO request can be granted. (NCAA-M)
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Old Mon Apr 30, 2007, 01:59pm
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under high school rules, a player who secures the ball and is clearly in the air and will land OOB and requests a timeout - that is not allowed?
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under high school rules, a player who secures the ball and is clearly in the air and will land OOB and requests a timeout - that is not allowed?
HS: grant the TO
NCAA ignore the request.

Not much else to it than that.
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Old Mon Apr 30, 2007, 04:14pm
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under high school rules, a player who secures the ball and is clearly in the air and will land OOB and requests a timeout - that is not allowed?
Johnny, this is allowed.
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