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All but one principle

I am a fairly new official reading the NFHS Redding Study Guide 2008. There are several references to the "all but one principle" but no clear definition. What is the definition of the principle?
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Old Sat Jun 28, 2008, 07:27pm
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What is the definition of the principle?
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Old Sun Jun 29, 2008, 12:04am
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I am a fairly new official reading the NFHS Redding Study Guide 2008. There are several references to the "all but one principle" but no clear definition. What is the definition of the principle?
Consider four different live ball fouls:

A foul by the defense beyond the basic spot.
A foul by the defense behind the basic spot.
A foul by the offense beyond the basic spot.
A foul by the offense behind the basic spot.

All of these fouls are penalized from the basic spot, EXCEPT ONE.

A foul by the offense behind the basic spot is penalized from the spot of the foul. That foul is the ONE, the exception to ALL.

To better understand this priniciple, study what the basic spot is and how it changes based on whether the play is a loose ball play or not.
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There are so many search results if you use google with "all but one principle"...

http://www.footballrefs.com/show_article.php?id=1
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There are so many search results if you use google with "all but one principle"...

http://www.footballrefs.com/show_article.php?id=1
REPLY: Please note that this article is out-of-date for PSK. It must have been written prior to 2004.
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Old Mon Jun 30, 2008, 06:05pm
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REPLY: Please note that this article is out-of-date for PSK. It must have been written prior to 2004.
That's one I wrote in 2003. It is very out of date.
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Is there an update for NCAA somewhere?
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