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What rules do the NAIA play?
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Old Sat Aug 06, 2005, 04:24am
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Not sure actually.. I know NAIA baseball has their own rules.. Not sure about football..
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What rules do the NAIA play?
NAIA is a college league, and play college rules.
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Old Sat Aug 06, 2005, 06:52pm
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So the NAIA has their own rulebook?

How can I get one?

Edit: Or are you saying that they play NCAA rules?

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I worked an NAIA playoff game once and they used NCAA rules.
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The NAIA uses NCAA rules in football.
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Yup, NCAA. Just had my NAIA meeting yesterday. Actually went pretty well. I'm still waiting to get picked up by a varsity college crew so I will be working some JV games. Will be my first attempt at 7 man mechanics. Should be interesting!!
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Good luck, grantsrc! If you've worked any 6-man, 7-man will be a piece of cake. If you've only worked 5-man, then the biggest thing to get used to is coordinating with your sideline partner, but that comes pretty fast. Also, relaying a ball in more often than you do in a high school game takes some guys a little while to get used to. Just remember that the dead ball action is more important than getting a ball.
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