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Pregame Warm-Ups Recommended procedure: Recommended procedure:  Starting 60 minutes prior to the game, there should be a 10-yard no-player zone between.

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1 Pregame Warm-Ups Recommended procedure: Recommended procedure:  Starting 60 minutes prior to the game, there should be a 10-yard no-player zone between the 45-yard lines.

2 Rule 1 - equipment a: Knee pads and pants a: Knee pads and pants Regulation knee pads must still be worn, but pants/knee pads are no longer required to cover the knees Regulation knee pads must still be worn, but pants/knee pads are no longer required to cover the knees h: Socks h: Socks Socks must still be of the same color and design, but there is no longer any reference to the length of socks – players may wear socks of different lengths Socks must still be of the same color and design, but there is no longer any reference to the length of socks – players may wear socks of different lengths i: Eye Shade i: Eye Shade If eye shade is worn it must be solid black with no words, numbers, logos or other symbols If eye shade is worn it must be solid black with no words, numbers, logos or other symbols

3 3-3-5-a: Injured Players Three changes to dealing with injured players: Three changes to dealing with injured players:  An injury TO results in the injured player staying out one down – no exceptions. Not possible to “buy him in” with a TO or after a period ends.  Player may not return until approved by professional medical personnel designated by his institution.  (exact process in discussion with IAFL)  Officials and coaches to give special attention to players exhibiting signs of a concussion.

4 6-1-9: Wedge Formation on Free Kicks a. A wedge is defined as two or more players aligned shoulder to shoulder within two yards of each other. a. A wedge is defined as two or more players aligned shoulder to shoulder within two yards of each other. b. Free-kick down only: After the ball has been kicked, it is illegal for three or more members of the receiving team to form a wedge for the purpose of blocking for the ball carrier. This is a live-ball foul, whether or not there is contact between opponents. b. Free-kick down only: After the ball has been kicked, it is illegal for three or more members of the receiving team to form a wedge for the purpose of blocking for the ball carrier. This is a live-ball foul, whether or not there is contact between opponents. c. Formation of the wedge is not illegal when the kick is from an obvious onside kick formation. c. Formation of the wedge is not illegal when the kick is from an obvious onside kick formation. PENALTY – Noncontact foul treated as occuring during the kick. 15 yards, spot of the foul; or 15 yards, spot where the subsequent dead ball belongs to Team B if this is behind the spot of the foul. If the subsequent dead ball belongs to Team A: 15 yards, previous spot with the down repeated. [S27] PENALTY – Noncontact foul treated as occuring during the kick. 15 yards, spot of the foul; or 15 yards, spot where the subsequent dead ball belongs to Team B if this is behind the spot of the foul. If the subsequent dead ball belongs to Team A: 15 yards, previous spot with the down repeated. [S27]

5 Targeting and Helmet Contact Current “Initiating Contact/Targeting an Opponent” split into two separate rules, and Current “Initiating Contact/Targeting an Opponent” split into two separate rules, and : No player shall target and initiate contact against an opponent with the crown (top) of his helmet. When in question, it is a foul : No player shall target and initiate contact against an opponent with the crown (top) of his helmet. When in question, it is a foul : 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 : 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.

6 Interference/Game Admin Interference If coaches, substitutes or other team personnel are in your way and you need to move to avoid them: If coaches, substitutes or other team personnel are in your way and you need to move to avoid them:  And they are in the 6 ft restricted area, and there is: No contact: Sideline Interference (5/5/15) No contact: Sideline Interference (5/5/15) Contact: Illegal Interference, dead ball, 15 yards. Contact: Illegal Interference, dead ball, 15 yards.  And they are on the field, contact or no contact: Illegal Interference, dead ball, 15 yards.


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