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Old Tue Jul 26, 2005, 11:12pm
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anyone have this book? I'm just curious, also how many rule differences does it actually list?
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Old Wed Jul 27, 2005, 06:37am
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are you talking about the ncaa/nfhs rule differences book?

if so, it is good if you work both levels. it starts from the beginning and gives rules references to both rule books and a basic statment of differences. i usually read it on the way to college games, so i don't apply high school rules to the game.
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Old Wed Jul 27, 2005, 06:51am
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anyone have this book? I'm just curious, also how many rule differences does it actually list?
Over 200 fer sure, complete with case plays to illustrate.
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Old Wed Jul 27, 2005, 07:37am
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I just received mine the other day. I'm considering applying for NCAA after this season. I don't know the actual number of differences but the book appears to be jam-packed with information. Somewhere around 250 pages.
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How deos one obtain a copy?
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Old Wed Jul 27, 2005, 08:35am
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http://www.referee.com/books/books/bfbrd05.htm NASO price $13.55
http://www.honigs.com/detail.asp?Cat=1&Sub=123&Item=301 $14.95

It is a good book. I didn't purchase the 2005 version because I don't work too many college games (yet) but the way the book is written adds clarity to the different codes. I strongly encourage anyone who works both to get this book.

Also, I just purchased Redding's Study Guide for NFHS rules. I think this is the first year it was published. I know they have published the college version for a while, and both books are another great study tool.

http://www.honigs.com/detail.asp?Cat=1&Sub=123&Item=561
http://www.honigs.com/detail.asp?Cat=1&Sub=123&Item=560
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I have it on order from the Canadian arm of Honigs.

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