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1 NCAA Football Rules Changes 2010

2 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE

3 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE Made up entirely of coaches

4 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE Made up entirely of coaches 3 from Division III

5 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE Made up entirely of coaches 3 from Division III 3 from Division II

6 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE Made up entirely of coaches 3 from Division III 3 from Division II 3 from FBS (Formerly 1-A)

7 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE Made up entirely of coaches 3 from Division III 3 from Division II 3 from FBS (Formerly 1-A) 3 from FCS (Formerly 1-AA)

8 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE Made up entirely of coaches 3 from Division III 3 from Division II 3 from FBS (Formerly 1-A) 3 from FCS (Formerly 1-AA) Including SEMO Coach Tony Samuel

9 NCAA RULES COMMITTEE ACTION 2010

10 PREGAME WARM-UP Committee Recommendation Committee Recommendation Ten-Yard “No-Man’s-Land” Between 45- Yard Lines Starting At 60 Minutes Before Kickoff Ten-Yard “No-Man’s-Land” Between 45- Yard Lines Starting At 60 Minutes Before KickoffOr Current Conference Policy

11 KNEE PADS Pants No Longer Required To Cover The Knees

12 SOCKS Socks Must Be Identical In Color And Design Socks Must Be Identical In Color And Design No Longer Required To Be The Same Length No Longer Required To Be The Same Length

13 EYE SHADE Eye Shade Is Permissible Eye Shade Is Permissible Must Be Solid Black, With No Words, Numbers, Logos Or Other Symbols Must Be Solid Black, With No Words, Numbers, Logos Or Other Symbols

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16 EYE SHADE Eye Shade Is Permissible Eye Shade Is Permissible Must Be Solid Black, With No Words, Numbers, Logos Or Other Symbols Must Be Solid Black, With No Words, Numbers, Logos Or Other Symbols

17 INJURED PLAYER ANY Injured Player Must Leave The Game ANY Injured Player Must Leave The Game Out for At Least One Down Out for At Least One Down May Not Return Without Approval By Medical Personnel (No Officiating Responsibility) May Not Return Without Approval By Medical Personnel (No Officiating Responsibility) Be Especially Aware Of Signs Of Concussion Be Especially Aware Of Signs Of Concussion Officials and Coaches: Recognize/Refer Officials and Coaches: Recognize/Refer

18 TARGETING Targeting/Initiating Contact with Crown of Helmet No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact Against An Opponent With The Crown (Top) Of His Helmet. When In Question It Is Foul.

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20 TARGETING Targeting/Initiating Contact with Crown of Helmet No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact Against An Opponent With The Crown (Top) Of His Helmet. When In Question It Is Foul.

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22 TARGETING Targeting/Initiating Contact with Crown of Helmet No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact Against An Opponent With The Crown (Top) Of His Helmet. When In Question It Is Foul.

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24 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area The definition of a defenseless player includes (among other things):

25 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area The definition of a defenseless player includes (among other things):  The pass receiver whose concentration is on the ball

26 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area The definition of a defenseless player includes (among other things):  The pass receiver whose concentration is on the ball  The pass receiver who has clearly relaxed when the pass is no longer catchable

27 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area The definition of a defenseless player includes (among other things):  The pass receiver whose concentration is on the ball  The pass receiver who has clearly relaxed when the pass is no longer catchable  The passer who is in the act of throwing the ball, or who has not had reasonable time to participate in the play after releasing the ball

28 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact To The Head Or Neck Area Of A Defenseless Opponent With The Helmet, Forearm, Elbow Or Shoulder. When In Question It Is A Foul.

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30 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact To The Head Or Neck Area Of A Defenseless Opponent With The Helmet, Forearm, Elbow Or Shoulder. When In Question It Is A Foul.

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32 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact To The Head Or Neck Area Of A Defenseless Opponent With The Helmet, Forearm, Elbow Or Shoulder. When In Question It Is A Foul.

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34 TARGETING Defenseless Player: Contact To Head Or Neck Area No Player Shall Target And Initiate Contact To The Head Or Neck Area Of A Defenseless Opponent With The Helmet, Forearm, Elbow Or Shoulder. When In Question It Is A Foul.

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36 RULE CHANGE for 2010 Wedge Formation On Free Kicks 2010 Rules Change To Eliminate Wedge Of Three Or More Receiving Team Players 2010 Rules Change To Eliminate Wedge Of Three Or More Receiving Team Players NFL—Positive Experience NFL—Positive Experience Unanimously Adopted By NCAA Rules Committee On March 29 Unanimously Adopted By NCAA Rules Committee On March 29

37 ILLEGAL WEDGE—FREE KICKS After Ball Is Kicked, Receiving Team May Not Intentionally Form a Wedge Of Three Or More Players To Block For The Ball Carrier. After Ball Is Kicked, Receiving Team May Not Intentionally Form a Wedge Of Three Or More Players To Block For The Ball Carrier. Not Illegal When Kick Is From an Obvious Onside-Kick Formation. Not Illegal When Kick Is From an Obvious Onside-Kick Formation. NOTE: NON-CONTACT FOUL

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39 CHANGES APPROVED FOR 2011

40 TELEVISION MONITORS TV Monitors Will Be Allowed In Press- Box Coaches Booths (Effective 2011). TV Monitors Will Be Allowed In Press- Box Coaches Booths (Effective 2011). Home Team Must Provide Identical TV Capability For Both Teams. Home Team Must Provide Identical TV Capability For Both Teams.

41 LIVE-BALL UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT FOULS Administration of Rule 9-2 Effective In 2011 Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls To Be Treated The Same As Other Fouls. Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls To Be Treated The Same As Other Fouls. No More “Live-Ball Foul Treated As Dead-Ball Foul.” No More “Live-Ball Foul Treated As Dead-Ball Foul.” When In Question It Is A Dead-Ball Foul. When In Question It Is A Dead-Ball Foul.

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43 LIVE-BALL UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT FOULS Administration of Rule 9-2 Effective In 2011 Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls To Be Treated The Same As Other Fouls. Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls To Be Treated The Same As Other Fouls. No More “Live-Ball Foul Treated As Dead-Ball Foul.” No More “Live-Ball Foul Treated As Dead-Ball Foul.” When In Question It Is A Dead-Ball Foul. When In Question It Is A Dead-Ball Foul.

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45 LIVE-BALL UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT FOULS Administration of Rule 9-2 Effective In 2011 Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls To Be Treated The Same As Other Fouls. Unsportsmanlike Conduct Fouls To Be Treated The Same As Other Fouls. No More “Live-Ball Foul Treated As Dead-Ball Foul.” No More “Live-Ball Foul Treated As Dead-Ball Foul.” When In Question It Is A Dead-Ball Foul. When In Question It Is A Dead-Ball Foul.

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47 OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST Blocking Below Waist Blocking Below Waist --Consensus That Current Rule Is Complicated, Inconsistent. --Default: BBW Should Be A Foul Except In Particular Situations. Probably 2011 Rules Change Probably 2011 Rules Change

48 2. Blocking Below the Waist (Crackback Block). Rule e uses the language “toward the original position of the ball” in describing the direction of a prohibited block below the waist against an opponent. The phrase is problematic by not clearly specifying the range of directions that would determine what is and is not legal. Interpretation: A block that is “toward the original position of the ball” is a block directed at any angle toward a line that is perpendicular to the goal line through the position of the ball at the snap.

49 The Ohio Valley Conference Jim Jackson Coordinator Football Officiating


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