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Old Thu Nov 29, 2012, 10:54am
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Major Rule Differences between NFHS and NCAA (Men's)

Doing some post grad this weekend and just want to make sure i'm on top of my major rules differences....

1. Can't call timeout going out of bounds.
2. Shot Clock
3. 3p line different
4. Goaltending rule...

Any other major ones i should be on the lookout for?
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Old Thu Nov 29, 2012, 10:57am
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Free throws and when people can enter...

Or you can you find a chart in the back of the rule or case book that notes the major differences.
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You should have grabbed your books when you grabbed your bag.

If you have access to either rule set's online publications then you can find the differences there also.
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Old Thu Nov 29, 2012, 11:03am
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www.nfhs.org/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=7904

It's a PDF file from the NFHS site with this year's major differences.
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Have to grab my bag on the way to the game.... didn't check email between 2 a.m and 8 a.m.
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Out of Bounds ? ---

In NFHS you can save the ball back in bounds while falling out of bounds and be the first to touch it if you re establish yourself as being inbounds.

In NCAA rules that's different?
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Out of Bounds ? ---

In NFHS you can save the ball back in bounds while falling out of bounds and be the first to touch it if you re establish yourself as being inbounds.

In NCAA rules that's different?
What makes you think the rule is different?

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Old Thu Nov 29, 2012, 12:40pm
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Player Out of Bounds
Violation called as soon as player leaves the court for an unauthorized reason (NFHS)

Violation called when player returns and is first to touch ball inbounds(NCAA)
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Out of Bounds ? ---

In NFHS you can save the ball back in bounds while falling out of bounds and be the first to touch it if you re establish yourself as being inbounds.

In NCAA rules that's different?
NCAA 9-4-1
A player who steps out of bounds under his/her own volition and then becomes the first player to touch the ball after returning to the playing court has committed a violation.
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Old Thu Nov 29, 2012, 12:42pm
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Player Out of Bounds
Violation called as soon as player leaves the court for an unauthorized reason (NFHS)

Violation called when player returns and is first to touch ball inbounds(NCAA)
NFHS, are you calling a violation if the player saves the ball and goes out of bounds while doing this?
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The key is under your own volition, not just going out of bounds. If you go out under your own volition in the NF game, you have committed a violation and do not need to touch the ball to have this called.

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Player Out of Bounds
Violation called as soon as player leaves the court for an unauthorized reason (NFHS)

Violation called when player returns and is first to touch ball inbounds(NCAA)
Doesn't apply to the play you describe ("saving the ball while falling OOB") -- that's not "leaving of your own volition".

The rule difference applies on a play where the baseline cutter runs out of bounds (perhaps to set up the screen) and then looks to receive a pass from the wing.

In HS, that's (supposed to be) an immediate violation (as soon as the player runs OOB). In NCAA, it's a violation only if the player is the first (next) to touch the ball after returning.
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The key is under your own volition, not just going out of bounds. If you go out under your own volition in the NF game, you have committed a violation and do not need to touch the ball to have this called.

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Correct. If player jumps to save the ball and momentum makes them land out of bounds, and they are the first to touch after establishing on the court. Violation?
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Correct. If player jumps to save the ball and momentum makes them land out of bounds, and they are the first to touch after establishing on the court. Violation?
Legal play under FED and NCAA rules.
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