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1 Bruce Hulion office

2 SCHSL Please read pages B of the SCHSL Handbook for FOOTBALL rules governing: Practices (Spring, Summer and Fall) Sub-varsity schedules Passing leagues (no MS leagues, however MSers may participate on Varsity) Pre-season practices (29 sessions prior to 1 st game) Home team responsibilities Game time; ECO; S/L control; Dressing facilities for officials and Opponents

3 SCHSL (contd) 8 quarter rule (ppd games impact) # games limitation (11 V or 10 JV) Varsity scrimmages (4) & (1) Jamboree Trade off scrimmages for another jamboree Permission needed for 3 rd jamboree trade Sub-varsity: (2) scrimmages & (1) jamboree (no trade) No cannons and/or other explosive devices ($1,000) Fireworks OFF school grounds Team member leaving bench during fight = DQ ECO assigned to ALL playoff games

4 Sportsmanship Coach ejection Any action(s) that warrants a coach(es) ejection will subject the coach(es) to a minimum next game suspension and the school to a minimum fine of $100.

5 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations 2010 NFHS Football Rules Changes

6 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations

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11 A replaced player must leave the field within three seconds. The three seconds begins when a player becomes a replaced player as defined in and a substitute becomes a player as defined in It is not a foul to break a huddle with more than 11 players as long as the replaced player begins to leave the field within three seconds.

12 Sideline Safety Rules Change Safety for All NFHS Football Rules Change

13 Sideline Rule Adopted Change: Applies to all SCHSL football games VARSITY and SUB VARSITY games NFHS Rule Change Effective during regular and post-season Adopted Change: Applies to all SCHSL football games VARSITY and SUB VARSITY games NFHS Rule Change Effective during regular and post-season

14 Safety for All Issue – Safety and Liability Players Game officials Chain Crew Ball Handlers Media Other non-player personnel Issue – Safety and Liability Players Game officials Chain Crew Ball Handlers Media Other non-player personnel

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17 Chain Crew Position 2-Yards

18 Sideline Safety Rule NFHS Football Rules: Require that schools place a 4-inch wide restraining line at least 2-yards from the sidelines and end lines all the way around the field Including in front of the team bench areas NFHS Football Rules: Require that schools place a 4-inch wide restraining line at least 2-yards from the sidelines and end lines all the way around the field Including in front of the team bench areas

19 Sidelines for NFHS RULE CHANGE Coaches shall not be outside the team box while the ball is alive

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21 Live Ball Enforcement Coaching Area must be vacated when SNAP is IMMINENT – Up to 3 coaches may be in the Coaching Area during dead ball periods –When is snap IMMINENT? Play called and player returns to team? No Team gets play in huddle? No Huddle breaks? No QB is calling signals? YES! Coaching Area must be vacated when SNAP is IMMINENT – Up to 3 coaches may be in the Coaching Area during dead ball periods –When is snap IMMINENT? Play called and player returns to team? No Team gets play in huddle? No Huddle breaks? No QB is calling signals? YES!

22 Enforcement Procedures First Infraction – No Contact! Sideline Warning (no yardage) Flag on ground Signal 15 Second Infraction Sideline Interference 5 yards Signal 29 First Infraction – No Contact! Sideline Warning (no yardage) Flag on ground Signal 15 Second Infraction Sideline Interference 5 yards Signal 29

23 Enforcement Procedures Third Infraction Sideline Interference (15 yards) Signal 27 followed by Signal 29 This unsportsmanlike foul is charged to the head coach. –Two unsportsmanlike fouls charged to a coach will result in the ejection of the Head Coach –Referee must report the incident to the SCHSL via Arbiter Sports Ejection form Third Infraction Sideline Interference (15 yards) Signal 27 followed by Signal 29 This unsportsmanlike foul is charged to the head coach. –Two unsportsmanlike fouls charged to a coach will result in the ejection of the Head Coach –Referee must report the incident to the SCHSL via Arbiter Sports Ejection form

24 Unintentional Contact! Penalty: 15 yard penalty charged to Head Coach Also Counts as WARNING! (another instance with contact between official and coach results in HC ejection!) Signals: 38 & 29 Penalty: 15 yard penalty charged to Head Coach Also Counts as WARNING! (another instance with contact between official and coach results in HC ejection!) Signals: 38 & 29 If there is contact between a game official and anyone in the restricted area when the ball is live, this is a penalty. NEW 2010

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27 Penalty Enforcement on Scoring Play Rules 8-2-2, 8-2-3, 8-2-4, 8-2-5, f

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30 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations 2010 Football Points of Emphasis

31 2010 NFHS Football Points of Emphasis 1.Concussion Recognition and Management- 2.Heat Illness and Hydration- 3.Illegal Helmet Contact- 4.Assisting the Runner- 5.Sportsmanship and Public Address Announcers

32 Concussion Recognition and Management The game official is not responsible for the sideline evaluation or management of the athlete after he or she is removed from play- If an appropriate health-care professional on the sideline determines that the athlete HAS NOT suffered a concussion, the athlete may return to play- If there is no appropriate health-care professional available to evaluate the athlete, the athlete SHOULD NOT be allowed by the coach to return to play- Athletes with continued concussion symptoms are at significant risk for recurrent, cumulative and even catastrophic consequences of a second concussive injury- SCHOOLS WILL DETERMINE APPROPRIATE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL

33 Heat Illness and Hydration 31 high school football players have died from heat-related causes since The vast majority of heat-related deaths are preventable if specific steps are taken by coaches and administrators- Develop an Emergency Action Plan- Allow athletes to acclimatize to heat and humidity- Access to water should never be restricted- Athletes should be encouraged to take in fluids frequently before and after practices and games- Practices should be scheduled at times during the day that minimize exposure to heat and humidity-

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35 Sportsmanship and Public Address Announcers SPORTSMANSHIP Players, coaches, officials, cheerleaders, game announcers, students and spectators all play a vital role in the promotion of good sportsmanship- It is essential that all individuals involved understand that the playing field is an extension of the classroom- Acts that are intended to engender ill will toward individuals, have no place in the educational activities-

36 Sportsmanship and Public Address Announcers PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCERS Contributes in a major way to the atmosphere for the event- Should never be an advocate from behind the microphone- Use proper language at all times- Never criticize players, coaches or officials- Should not attempt to be bigger than the game or event by doing play-by-play or by providing commentary-

37 Take Part. Get Set For Life. National Federation of State High School Associations 2010 Football Rules Reminders

38 Field Markings Rule 1-2-3b NOTE 2

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42 Required Player Equipment Rules 1-5-1c1, 2, 3

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45 The football jersey rule was revised in 2007 and the implementation date is fall Football Jerseys Rules 1-5-1b6, 7 (2012)

46 Legal Football Jerseys Rules 1-5-1b6, 7 (2012) Legal Football Jerseys – Beginning 2012

47 Illegal Football Jerseys Rules 1-5-1b6, 7 (2012) Illegal Football Jerseys – Beginning 2012 A. B. C. D.

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