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Old Mon Jun 04, 2007, 07:40am
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Two easy ones, maybe, we'll see

NCAA rules.

1. Shot goes up by home team. While ball is in flight another player from home team, commits you garden variety personal foul, shot goes in......does the shot count in college ?

2. NCAA rules. Ball is shot and goes directly over the back of the backboard.

Out of bounds or play on ?
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Old Mon Jun 04, 2007, 08:07am
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NCAA rules.

1. Shot goes up by home team. While ball is in flight another player from home team, commits you garden variety personal foul, shot goes in......does the shot count in college ?
Yes. When the try is released, team control ends. So the foul is not a team control foul.

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2. NCAA rules. Ball is shot and goes directly over the back of the backboard.

Out of bounds or play on ?
Violation. NCAA 7-1-3.
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Old Mon Jun 04, 2007, 08:12am
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NCAA rules.

1. Shot goes up by home team. While ball is in flight another player from home team, commits you garden variety personal foul, shot goes in......does the shot count in college ?
Basket should count no team control ball in flight.
It would also count in Federation if the foul is commited by a player other than the shooter as no team control exists after a try is realeased - exception would be the airborne shooter commiting a foul.

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2. NCAA rules. Ball is shot and goes directly over the back of the backboard.
Out of bounds or play on ?
Ball goes over backboard out of bounds NCAA and FED

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edited response - too early Monday morning
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Old Mon Jun 04, 2007, 08:41am
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LOL, no sweat. I'll delete my post so there won't be any evidence
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Old Mon Jun 04, 2007, 06:22pm
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NCAA rules.

1. Shot goes up by home team. While ball is in flight another player from home team, commits you garden variety personal foul, shot goes in......does the shot count in college ?

2. NCAA rules. Ball is shot and goes directly over the back of the backboard.

Out of bounds or play on ?
The answers are the same as NFHS rules. So you know them.
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Old Tue Jun 05, 2007, 08:00am
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NCAA rules.

1. Shot goes up by home team. While ball is in flight another player from home team, commits you garden variety personal foul, shot goes in......does the shot count in college ?

2. NCAA rules. Ball is shot and goes directly over the back of the backboard.

Out of bounds or play on ?
If it goes over the back of the backboard, set the goal back to its upright position, now if it goes over the top of the backboard, most likely a violation unless a fan-shaped backboard.
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NCAA rules.

1. Shot goes up by home team. While ball is in flight another player from home team, commits you garden variety personal foul, shot goes in......does the shot count in college ?

2. NCAA rules. Ball is shot and goes directly over the back of the backboard.

Out of bounds or play on ?
We had this happen in a camp this past weekend. The ball goes over the backboard and a player catches it and they play on. We are died on the sideline wondering why no one blew it dead!!!!
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Old Tue Jun 05, 2007, 01:13pm
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We had this happen in a camp this past weekend. The ball goes over the backboard and a player catches it and they play on. We are died on the sideline wondering why no one blew it dead!!!!
Now did it go directly over or more on an angle toward the corner?

Over and behind is a violation, across the top edge and beside isn't.
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Now did it go directly over or more on an angle toward the corner?

Over and behind is a violation, across the top edge and beside isn't.
Yep it hit the front of the rim and bounced back over the middle of the backboard. Its was kind of weird because it went straight up and over and didnt touch the supports or anything!
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