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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 08:23pm
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Spot OOB violation mechanic

What is the proper mechanic for Violation of the OOB spot throw in by player running along the end line?

Point to spot and move your arm parallel to end line?
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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 08:45pm
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Had one yesterday. I just whistled, said "Throw-in violation", and pointed the other way.
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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 08:50pm
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Had one yesterday. I just whistled, said "Throw-in violation", and pointed the other way.

Stiffler:

A good example of keeping it short and simple unlike many of my posts.

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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 09:02pm
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Point to spot and move your arm parallel to end line?
Right or wrong, this is what I do.
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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 09:11pm
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Use NFHS Signal #26- designated spot violation...of course, of course....
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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 09:18pm
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Use NFHS Signal #26- designated spot violation...of course, of course....
I knew it was in there somewhere. Just had a brain f..t and couldn't remember. I am going to enjoy winning this beer bet.
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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 09:36pm
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I knew it was in there somewhere. Just had a brain f..t and couldn't remember. I am going to enjoy winning this beer bet.
Let me guess - someone told you that you should use the traveling signal, and now owes you a beer?!!?
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Old Sun Dec 12, 2010, 09:43pm
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Let me guess - someone told you that you should use the traveling signal, and now owes you a beer?!!?
Yes, Informed the "older timer" than I that there is no traveling out of bounds. I can taste it now, but what goes around comes around. --maybe a real good micro brew--- yes, that sounds very tasty
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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 12:51pm
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Use NFHS Signal #26- designated spot violation...of course, of course....
Or the IAABO mechanic on page 198
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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 01:10pm
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Or if you're from an IAABO board use the IAABO mechanic on page 198
Fixed it for ya.

"Or" ain't an option for the great majority of officials who are non-IAABO members.

Is the IAABO mechanic different than the NFHS signal?
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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 03:20pm
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Fixed it for ya.

"Or" ain't an option for the great majority of officials who are non-IAABO members.

Is the IAABO mechanic different than the NFHS signal?
Pretty much the same ... I guess it depends on how you look at the cartoon man
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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 05:57pm
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From The IAABO Manual ...

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Is the IAABO mechanic different than the NFHS signal?


I just realized something. For thirty years I've been giving the wrong signal for a five second throwin violation. I've always given the five finger open hand signal, the same signal we use for a five second closely guarded violation. I've only used the signal above for designated spot, or throwin player onto the court, throwin violations. According to the IAABO manual were supposed to give the same signal, above, for all throw in violations.

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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 06:00pm
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I just realized something. For thirty years I've been giving the wrong signal for a five second throwin violation. I've always given the five finger open hand signal, the same signal we use for a five second closely guarded violation. I've only used the signal above for designated spot, or throwin player onto the court, throwin violations. According to the IAABO manual and, I believe, the NFHS manual, were supposed to give the same signal, above, for all throw in violations.

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Maybe use the official Fed mechanic followed by an open hand "5 count" solely for the benefit of the coach who's player committed the violation since he/she probably won't have a clue what the proper mechanic is communicating?
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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 06:26pm
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I just realized something. For thirty years I've been giving the wrong signal for a five second throwin violation. I've always given the five finger open hand signal, the same signal we use for a five second closely guarded violation. I've only used the signal above for designated spot, or throwin player onto the court, throwin violations. According to the IAABO manual and, I believe, the NFHS manual, were supposed to give the same signal, above, for all throw in violations.

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I just realized something. You think waaaaaaaay too much.

See NFHS signal 24.
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Old Mon Dec 13, 2010, 06:50pm
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Stupid IAABO Mechanics ...

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See NFHS signal 24.
Similar signal in the IAABO mechanics manual says "Five Seconds Closely Guarded". There is no "Five Second Violation" (like NFHS Signal 24) in the IAABO manual.
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