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Old Tue Oct 04, 2011, 05:33pm
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Me either, I had been out 22 years!
I was a freshman in '99.
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Old Wed Oct 05, 2011, 02:40pm
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The "old" timing rules were that if you had a change of possession not involving a kick, i.e. 4th down punt with recovery by R, the clock started on the ready for play, not the snap.
An older timing rule was that it started on the RFP after any CoP.
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Old Wed Oct 05, 2011, 06:13pm
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An older timing rule was that it started on the RFP after any CoP.

Ah, but you see, I'm not THAT OLD
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Old Wed Oct 05, 2011, 09:31pm
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I was a freshman in '99.
My daughter was also a freshman in '99
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Old Thu Oct 06, 2011, 03:58pm
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Me either, I had been out 22 years!
Now thatís funny!!!

IN '96 I had been out of HS for 21 years and was in my 18th year of working High School Football...

FYI - 1996 was also the first year it was no longer a requirement that FIVE R players had to be within 5-yards of their restraining line on a FREE KICK.

1996 was 15 years ago. Time flies when you are an old timing rule guy.

Anybody know when those stirrup sox in my drawer might make their triumphant return???
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