Penalty Enforcement for Dead Ball Fouls & Dead-Ball / Live Ball Fouls Tony Dutton Reminder • Only 3 Possibilities: 1. All Live-Ball fouls (same or both teams). 2. All Dead-Ball fouls. 3. A combination of Dead-Ball & Live Ball fouls. Dead-Ball Fouls 10-1-5 • Penalties are administered separately and in order of occurrence. • Exception: When unsportsmanlike or dead-ball personal fouls by both teams are reported to the referee and before any of the penalties have been completed, the fouls offset and the penalties are canceled. A.R. 10-1-5-V 2nd and goal at the 3 A14 is Downed at the 1. B67 piles on and A15 RULING: The penalties cancel since slugs B67. neither has been completed. A14 is disqualified for fighting. Third and goal. A.R. 10-1-5-II 4th and 8 Team A 1st down for A? gains 4 yards After the play, and is Team B1 piles on. tackled. RULING: Team B personal foul. Penalty-15 yards from the succeeding spot. First and 10 for Team B. Team A’s A.R. 10-1-5-VI legal forward pass intercepted by B17 RULING: The penalties cancel since neither has been completed. The try will be at the three-yard line. A55 tackles B17 in the B17 taunts end zone. A55 before scoring touchdown. TD for B? Live-Ball / Dead-Ball Fouls 10-1-6 • When a live-ball foul by one team is followed by one or more dead-ball fouls (including live-ball fouls treated as dead-ball fouls) by an opponent or by the same team, the penalties are administered separately and in the order of occurrence. • [i.e. deal with the live-ball foul first and then the dead-ball foul(s). A.R. 10-1-6-II A illegal motion. A2 After the play, Team B player strikes an opponent. RULING: It is Team A’s ball after a five- yard penalty against Team A from the previous spot and a 15-yard penalty against Team B from the succeeding spot. Team A will have a first down. B2 intercepts and A legal is downed. forward pass. After the play, B1 fouls A1 piles on. before B2 intercepts. RULING: Team A retains the ball A.R. 10-1-6-III after the penalty against Team B is enforced. Team A then will be penalized for the dead-ball foul. B2 intercepts. A legal forward On the runback pass. Team B player clips. After the play, Team A player piles on. A.R. 10-1-6-V RULING: Team B retains possession. Penalize Team B for its clipping foul, followed by a penalty for Team A’s dead-ball foul. The yardages will cancel unless one enforcement spot was inside the 30-yard line and enforcement was toward that goal. 4th & 2 A illegal motion. A2 gains one yard and Then deliberately continues A2 To advance. RULING: If Team B accepts both penalties, 2008 it will be fourth and 12 for Team A. If A.R. 10-1-6-II Team B accepts only the delay penalty, it will be first and 10 for Team B since Team A failed in its bid for a first down. Summary of Dead-Ball Live-Ball / Dead-Ball Fouls Dead-Ball Fouls Live-Ball / Dead-Ball • Administer • Administer separately and in separately and in order of occurrence. order of occurrence. • Exception: fouls reported to referee before any completed. Next Time • Spots (2-25). • Play classification (2-30). • Three-and-One Principle (2-33 & 10-2-2-c). • Enforcement Spots on: 1. Running Plays. 2. Pass Plays. 3. Kick Plays.
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