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1 Reading and Understanding Keys Bux-Mont Chapter PIAA Football Officials – District One

2 In recognizing the strength of the formation (strong vs. weak side), officials must pay attention to the offensive team. Strength has nothing to do with the number of offensive lineman on each side of the center or the wide side of the field (unless you are still playing the game). To determine the strength of the formation, take note which side of the formation has more eligible receivers outside the tackle. If players are stacked, the player nearest the LOS is considered to be the widest. Determining Strength

3 The back judge has priority followed by the wing men. Wing officials should never key the same player as the back judge. Be alert for motion as this can change the strength and keys. Determining Strength

4 Unbalanced Back judge keys on the widest receiver on the strong side of the field. Wing official on the strong side keys on the inside player of the formation, normally a flanker or wing back. Wing official on the weak side will key on the end nearest his side, normally a wideout. Formations

5 Balanced Strength is always considered to be to the line judge side of the field. Back judge keys on the widest receiver on the strong side of the field (line judge side). The wing officials key on receivers other than the back judge’s key and any backs who move toward them at the snap. Formations

6 Trips The back judge keys on the two widest receivers. Strong side wing official keys on the inside-most receiver. Weak side wing official keys on the end nearest him. Formations

7 Double Wing Strength is always considered to be to the line judge side of the field. Back judge keys on the widest receiver on the strong side of the field (line judge side). Line judge keys on inside receiver. The linesman has both receivers on his side. Formations

8 Wishbone Strength is always considered to be to the line judge side of the field. Back judge keys on the widest receiver on the strong side of the field (line judge side). Line judge keys the backs. Linesman keys the end on his side. Formations

9 TEWR HL – Pro Set FBHB Strength to HL Side 1 21

10 3 0 HB FB TEWR FL HL - I – Formation Strength to HL Side 2 11

11 3 0 FBHB TE WRTE LJ – Pro Set Strength to LJ Side 1 1 2

12 3 0 HB FB TEWR FL LJ - I – Formation Strength to LJ Side 21 1

13 Strength to Head Linesman side of the field

14 TEWR HLLJ R BJ U Pro Set - Unbalanced FBHB Strength to HL Side

15 3 0 HB FB TEWR FL HLLJ R BJ I Formation - Unbalanced U Strength to HL Side

16 3 0 FBHB TE WR TE HLLJ R BJ U 2 Tight Ends - Unbalanced Strength to HL Side

17 3 0 HB FL TEWR FL HLLJ R BJ Trips Strength to HL Side U

18 Strength to Line Judge side of the field

19 FL WR HLLJ R BJ U Single Back - Balanced FL HB Balanced Formation, Strength to LJ side

20 TEWR HLLJ R BJ U Pro Set - Unbalanced Strength to LJ Side FBHB

21 3 0 FB TEWR FL HLLJ R BJ I Formation - Unbalanced U Strength to LJ Side

22 3 0 FBHB TE WR TE HLLJ R BJ U 2 Tight Ends – Unbalanced Strength to LJ Side

23 3 0 HB WB TE WB TE HLLJ R Wing T - Balanced U BJ Balanced Formation, Strength to LJ side

24 3 0 HB FL TEWR FL HLLJ R BJ Trips U Strength to LJ Side

25 3 0 HB FL TEWR FL HLLJ R BJ One back - Balanced Balanced Formation, Strength to LJ side U

26 3 0 HB FB HLLJ R Wish Bone - Balanced U TE BJ Balanced Formation, Strength to LJ side

27 3 0 FB WR HB HLLJ R Veer - Unbalanced U TE BJ Strength to LJ Side

28 TEWR HLLJ R BJ U Motion – Change of Strength Strength to LJ Side FBHB WR

29 TEWR HLLJ R BJ U Motion – Change of Strength FBHB BJ

30 TEWR HLLJ R BJ U Motion – Change of Strength FBHB Strength to HL Side


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