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2 Pre-snap Key Pre-snap Keys Motion Area of Responsibility FORMATION KEYS Preface and general information The following presentation has been developed as a training document to focus on the fundamental process of identifying the formation keys for each officiating position. It will illustrate pre-snap and post-snap keys, as well as define areas of responsibility, prior to, during, and after the play. Plays pulled from actual game action are utilized to provide realistic visual scenarios. Plays are grouped as follows- scrimmage downs, illustrating pass and run from various formations, punts and kickoffs, and PAT/field goals. Color-coded arrows and shadowing, are used for ease of identification. All plays are presented from the LJs side or end zone view. H&L Initial Read Threat for Foul

3 Pre-snap Key Pre-snap Keys Motion Area of Responsibility FORMATION KEYS (cont) Preface and general information We will also identify areas where officials should be aware of, and alert for, the threat of a foul, and other danger point areas during and after the play. Each official must be able to instantaneously identify all pre-snap keys as the offensive team is aligning, in addition to any other pre-snap responsibilities. Note that these keys may change based on shifts and/or motion. At the snap, and immediately thereafter, officials should observe action on, and by, those keys. As the play evolves, keys may dissolve based on the type and direction of the play, with some officials now focused on the Point of Attack (POA), runner, or off the ball action. The adjustments made by each official as the play proceeds are critical to the successful officiating of the play. H&L Initial Read Threat for Foul

4 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Strength to HL Side HL - Back LJ – Back BJ – #2 on HL side F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

5 SJ BJU HL FJ R Strength to LJ HL - Back LJ – Back BJ –#2 on LJ Side F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

6 SJ BJ U HL FJ R LJ Strength to LJ HL - #2 on HL Side LJ – Back BJ –#2 on LJ Side F&S – Widest Receiver

7 SJ BJ U HL FJ R LJ Balanced Formation HL - #2 on HL Side LJ – Back BJ –#2 on LJ Side F&S – Widest Receiver

8 SJ BJ U HL FJ R LJ FJ BJ SJ HL

9 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Strength to LJ HL - #2 Receiver LJ – Back BJ - #2 on LJ side F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

10 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Balance HL - #2 Receiver LJ – Back BJ - #2 on LJ side F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

11 SJ U HL FJ R LJ Trips Formation HL - #2 on HL Side LJ – Back BJ –#3 on HL Side F&S – Widest Receiver BJ

12 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Trips to LJ HL - Back LJ – #2 Receiver BJ - #3 Receiver F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

13 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Trips to HL HL - Back LJ – #2 Receiver BJ - #3 Receiver F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

14 SJ BJ U HL FJ R LJ Trips with Motion Keys are determined by player position at the snap. HL - Back LJ – #2 Receiver BJ - #3 Receiver F&S – Widest Receiver

15 Motion Keys are determined by player position at the snap. HL - Back LJ – #2 Receiver BJ - #3 Receiver F&S – Widest Receiver SJ BJ U HL FJ R LJ

16 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Strength to HL with Stack HL - Back LJ – Tight End BJ - #2 on HL side F&S – Widest Receiver LJ

17 RB T G G T WR TE QB TB WR C LJFJ SJ R U BJ HL Bunch to LJ Let the receivers declare and go to zone quickly. F&S – Widest Receiver HL - Back LJ – #2 Receiver BJ - #3 Receiver

18 RB T G G T WRTE QB TB WR C LJFJ SJ R U BJ HL Stack to LJ Let the receivers declare and go to zone quickly. F&S – Widest Receiver HL - Back LJ – #2 Receiver BJ - #3 Receiver

19 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Punt HL - Back LJ – Back BJ – Punt Receiver F&S – Widest Gunner LJ

20 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Punt HL - Back LJ – Back BJ – Punt Receiver F&S – Widest Gunner LJ

21 K SJ BJ U FJ Free Kick F&S – 2 & 3 BJ – 4 & 5 U – 4 & K

22 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Field Goal R – Kicker / Holder U – Center to Tackle HL – End /Wing LJ – End /Wing S – Guard / Tackle to strong side. F – Post B – Post, Crossbar, & Whistle LJ

23 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Field Goal R – Kicker / Holder U – Center to Tackle HL – End /Wing LJ – End /Wing S – Guard / Tackle to strong side. F – Post B – Post, Crossbar, & Whistle LJ

24 SJ BJ U HL FJ R Field Goal R – Kicker / Holder U – Center to Tackle HL – End /Wing LJ – End /Wing S – Guard / Tackle to strong side. F – Post B – Post, Crossbar, & Whistle LJ Slightly behind adjacent lineman for Pull and shoot Potential leaper

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