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Old Sun Nov 16, 2003, 02:07pm
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hello,

just trying too get a few things clarified here on how too administer the penalties after a touchdown is scored.


A=OFFENSE B=DEFENSE

scenario 1: (A) scores a touchdown after the whistle has sounded (B) gives a late hit out of bounds, a flag is thrown for a deadball foul. how is this penalized is it on the try for point or the kickoff?
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Old Sun Nov 16, 2003, 02:31pm
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NF: DB fouls after a TD regardless of when it occurs are enforced on the TRY.

NCAA: DB fouls after a TD may be enforced on the TRY or Kickoff. Except if this was in extra periods.
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Old Mon Nov 17, 2003, 12:09pm
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NCAA rule is safer. I can see a potential aggressive steroid-user NF coach telling his players to drill players after they score. It's a 1 1/2 yard penalty. Y'all need the option to go on the kickoff on USC's.
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Old Mon Nov 17, 2003, 01:47pm
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If it's flagarant we can eject them. I've never had/seen a problem with this. And 1 and 1/2 yard is a lot when it comes to 2pt conversions.
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