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  1. Offsetting Fouls Jason McArthur

  2. The PENALTY ENFORCEMENTis the responsibility of REFEREE ENTIRE CREW

  3. If live ball fouls by both teams are reported to the referee, the fouls offset and the down is repeated. Rule 10-1-4 OFFSETTING FOULS 3 EXCEPTIONS

  4. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 EXCEPTION #1 OFFSETTING FOULS

  5. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” EXCEPTION #1 OFFSETTING FOULS

  6. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  7. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  8. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  9. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  10. When Team B’s foul is governed bypostscrimmage kick (PSK) rules, Team B may refuse offsetting fouls and accept postscrimmage kick (PSK) enforcement. Rule 10-1-4 “PSK Exception” EXCEPTION #2 OFFSETTING FOULS

  11. • Team B foul during a scrimmage kick play Rule 10-1-4 PSK Requirements • Not a try, successful field goal, extra period OFFSETTING FOULS • Ball crosses the NZ • Foul occurs 3 or more yards beyond NZ • Foul occurs before end of kick • Team B will next put the ball in play

  12. When Team B’s foul is governed bypostscrimmage kick (PSK) rules, Team B may refuse offsetting fouls and accept postscrimmage kick (PSK) enforcement. Rule 10-1-4 “PSK Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  13. Rules 8-3-4-c and 3-1-3-g-3 (during a try or extra period after Team B possession) Rule 10-1-4 “Try and Extra Period Exception” EXCEPTION #3 OFFSETTING FOULS

  14. Rules 8-3-4-c Rule 10-1-4 “Try and Extra Period Exception” FOULS DURING A TRY AFTER CHANGE OF TEAM POSSESSION OFFSETTING FOULS If both teams foul during the (try) down and Team B had not fouled before the change of possession, the fouls offset, the down is not repeated, and the try is over.

  15. Rules 8-3-4-c Rule 10-1-4 “Try and Extra Period Exception” FOULS DURING A TRY AFTER CHANGE OF TEAM POSSESSION OFFSETTING FOULS If both teams foul during the (try) down and Team B had not fouled before the change of possession, the fouls offset, the down is not repeated, and the try is over.

  16. Rules 8-3-4-c and 3-1-3-g-3 (during a try or extra period after Team B possession) Rule 10-1-4 “Try and Extra Period Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  17. 3-1-3-g-3 Rule 10-1-4 “Try and Extra Period Exception” FOULS AFTER A CHANGE OF TEAM POSSESSION (IN EXTRA PERIODS) OFFSETTING FOULS If both teams foul during the down (in an extra period) and Team B had not fouled before the change of possession, the fouls offset and the down is not repeated.

  18. THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASKWHEN BOTH TEAMS COMMIT LIVE-BALL FOULS

  19. THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASKWHEN BOTH TEAMS COMMIT LIVE-BALL FOULS

  20. 1. Was there a change of possession during the down? IF NO  OFFSET (no options, replay down) IF YES  Go to Question 2 THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASKWHEN BOTH TEAMS COMMIT LIVE-BALL FOULS

  21. 1. Was there a change of possession during the down? 2. Did the team last gaining possession get it with “clean hands”? 2. Did the team last gaining possession foul before last gaining possession? 2. Did the team last gaining possession get it with “clean hands” (or commit a PSK foul)? THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASKWHEN BOTH TEAMS COMMIT LIVE-BALL FOULS IF NO  OFFSET (no options, replay down) IF YES  Try or extra period possession series is over (if applicable). Otherwise go to Question 3

  22. 1. Was there a change of possession during the down? 2. Did the team last gaining possession get it with “clean hands” (or commit a PSK foul)? THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASKWHEN BOTH TEAMS COMMIT LIVE-BALL FOULS 3. What does the team last gaining possession want to do? -Offset fouls / Replay the down -Decline other team’s foul / Have its foul enforced / Retain possession

  23. 1. Was there a change of possession during the down? 2. Did the team last gaining possession get it with “clean hands” (or commit a PSK foul)? THREE IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO ASKWHEN BOTH TEAMS COMMIT LIVE-BALL FOULS 3. What does the team last gaining possession want to do? THE CHOICE BELONGS TO THE TEAM LAST GAINING POSSESSION

  24. Any penalty may be declined, but a disqualified player must leave the game whether the penalty is accepted or declined. RULE 10-1-1-b

  25. Any penalty may be declined, but a disqualified player must leave the game whether the penalty is accepted or declined. RULE 10-1-1-b When the team last gaining possession declines offsetting fouls in order to retain possession, the other team still has the option to decline that team’s foul(s) and take the RESULT OF THE PLAY.

  26. Penalties for dead-ball fouls are administered separately and in order of occurrence. Dead Ball Fouls (Rule 10-1-5) EXCEPTION OFFSETTING FOULS

  27. Dead Ball Fouls (Rule 10-1-5) EXCEPTION: When dead-ball unsportsmanlike or dead-ball personal fouls by both teams are reported to the referee and before any of the penalties have been completed… OFFSETTING FOULS

  28. Dead Ball Fouls (Rule 10-1-5) EXCEPTION: When dead-ball unsportsmanlike or dead-ball personal fouls by both teams are reported to the referee and before any of the penalties have been completed… OFFSETTING FOULS the fouls offset, the number or type of down established before the fouls occurred is unaffected, and the penalties are canceled, except that any disqualified player must leave the game.

  29. Dead Ball Fouls (Rule 10-1-5) EXCEPTION: When dead-ball unsportsmanlike or dead-ball personal fouls by both teams are reported to the referee and before any of the penalties have been completed… OFFSETTING FOULS the fouls offset, the number or type of down established before the fouls occurred is unaffected, and the penalties are canceled, except that any disqualified player must leave the game.

  30. Live-ball foulsDO NOT OFFSETDead-ball fouls Live Ball - Dead Ball Fouls (Rule 10-1-6) OFFSETTING FOULS

  31. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. EXAMPLE #1 Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams?

  32. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. EXAMPLE #1 Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams?

  33. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. EXAMPLE #1 Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams? ANSWER: YES

  34. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. Was there a change ofpossession during the down? EXAMPLE #1

  35. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. Was there a change ofpossession during the down? EXAMPLE #1 ANSWER: YES

  36. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. Did the team last gainingpossession get it with“clean hands”(or commit PSK foul) ? EXAMPLE #1 ANSWER: YES “Clean Hands Exception” Applies

  37. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  38. When there is a change of team possession during a down, and the team last gaining possession had not fouled before last gaining possession, it may refuse offsetting fouls and thereby retain possession after completion of the penalty for its foul. Rule 10-1-4 “Clean Hands Exception” OFFSETTING FOULS

  39. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. EXAMPLE #1

  40. Rule 2-33 and 10-2-2-c Team IN Possession Team NOT in Possession Team IN possession Fouls BEHIND Basic Spot Team NOT in possession Fouls BEHIND Basic Spot BEHIND SPOT OF THE FOUL BASIC SPOT THREE-AND-ONE PRINCIPLE Team IN possession Fouls BEYOND Basic Spot Team NOT in possession Fouls BEYOND Basic Spot BEYOND BASIC SPOT BASIC SPOT

  41. Rule 2-33 and 10-2-2-c Team IN Possession Team NOT in Possession Team IN possession Fouls BEHIND Basic Spot BEHIND SPOT OF THE FOUL THREE-AND-ONE PRINCIPLE BEYOND

  42. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. Team B will decline A’sillegal formation penalty. EXAMPLE #1

  43. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. Team B will decline A’sillegal formation penalty. EXAMPLE #1 Team A will accept B’sblocking below the waist penalty.

  44. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. EXAMPLE #1 ANSWER: B Ist/10 at the A-33,

  45. A 3rd/10 from the A-25. Team A has five players in the backfield at the snap. QB A12’s legal forward pass is intercepted by B30 at the A-40. B30 runs to the A-5 where he is downed. During B30’s run, B65 blocked below the waist at the A-18. EXAMPLE #1 ANSWER: B Ist/10 at the A-33, snap

  46. A 4th/10 from the A-45. Team A is in SK formation but has only 3 lineman with numbers between 50 and 79. Punter A12 receives the snap at the A-36 and punts it downfield. During the kick, B40 clips at the B-20. B30 catches the kick at the B-12 and returns it to the B-28 where he is tackled by the face mask by A90. Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams? EXAMPLE #2

  47. A 4th/10 from the A-45. Team A is in SK formation but has only 3 lineman with numbers between 50 and 79. Punter A12 receives the snap at the A-36 and punts it downfield. During the kick, B40 clips at the B-20. B30 catches the kick at the B-12 and returns it to the B-28 where he is tackled by the face mask by A90. Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams? EXAMPLE #2

  48. A 4th/10 from the A-45. Team A is in SK formation but has only 3 lineman with numbers between 50 and 79. Punter A12 receives the snap at the A-36 and punts it downfield. During the kick, B40 clips at the B-20. B30 catches the kick at the B-12 and returns it to the B-28 where he is tackled by the face mask by A90. Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams? EXAMPLE #2

  49. A 4th/10 from the A-45. Team A is in SK formation but has only 3 lineman with numbers between 50 and 79. Punter A12 receives the snap at the A-36 and punts it downfield. During the kick, B40 clips at the B-20. B30 catches the kick at the B-12 and returns it to the B-28 where he is tackled by the face mask by A90. Were live-ball fouls committed by both teams? EXAMPLE #2 ANSWER: YES

  50. A 4th/10 from the A-45. Team A is in SK formation but has only 3 lineman with numbers between 50 and 79. Punter A12 receives the snap at the A-36 and punts it downfield. During the kick, B40 clips at the B-20. B30 catches the kick at the B-12 and returns it to the B-28 where he is tackled by the face mask by A90. EXAMPLE #2 Was there a change ofpossession during the down? ANSWER: YES