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  • 2010 NFHSFootball Rules Changes

  • NFHS Football Rules

    Each state high school association adopting these NFHS football rules is the sole and exclusive source of binding rules interpretations for contests involving its member schools. Any person having questions about the interpretation of NFHS football rules should contact the football rules interpreter designated by his or her state high school association.

    The NFHS is the sole and exclusive source of model interpretations of NFHS football rules. State rules interpreters may contact the NFHS for model football rules interpretations. No other model football rules interpretations should be considered.

  • NFHS Suggested Guidelines for Management of ConcussionSee Appendix Bon Page 100of the 2010NFHS Football Rules Book

  • A replaced player must leave the field within three seconds. The three seconds beginswhen a player becomes a replaced player as defined in 2-32-12 and a substitute becomes a player as defined in 2-32-15. 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.

  • Penalty Enforcement on Scoring PlayRules 8-2-2, 8-2-3, 8-2-4, 8-2-5, 10-5-1f

  • Penalty Enforcement on Scoring PlayRules 8-2-2, 8-2-3, 8-2-4, 8-2-5, 10-5-1f

  • Penalty Enforcement on Scoring PlayRules 8-2-2, 8-2-3, 8-2-4, 8-2-5, 10-5-1f

  • TO: 2010 NFHS Football Interpretation Online Meeting ParticipantsFROM: Bob Colgate, Assistant DirectorSUBJECT: Football PowerPoint ClarificationDATE: July 22, 2010

    If a player, coach or nonplayer is in the restricted zone while the ball is live but does not contact an official, a warning is issued for the first offense. The second instance results in a five-yard penalty and the third offense results in a 15-yard penalty. A fourth offense will result in another 15-yard penalty and disqualification of the head coach.

  • Field Markings in Nine-, Eight- and Six-Player Rule Differences Adjusted

  • 2010 Football Editorial Changes

  • 2010 NFHS Football Editorial Changes

    1-2-3b NOTES 2Changed the word distract to obstruct.1-2-3eCorrected prior year misplacement of quote marks.1-2-3e NOTES 1, 2Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.1-2-4Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.Table 1-3-1Changed pounds to psi.1-4-2, FigureChanged references to Figure 1-4-2.1-5-1, 2, 3Complete re-organization of Section 5 PLAYER EQUIPMENT.Table 1-7Updated rules references.2-6-2bChanged inbounds marks to hash marks.

  • 2010 NFHS Football Editorial Changes

    2-9-3Changed receiving team to R player.2-10-3Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.2-11Made nonplayer one word.2-16-2b, eAdded the word are for clarification.2-26-4Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.2-30Made nonplayer one word.2-32-10Added the word athletic before trainer.2-41-4, 8Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.3-3-2Added the word if for clarification.3-3-4b 2, 4Made nonplayer one word and added 8-2-5 as a rules reference.

  • 2010 NFHS Football Editorial Changes

    3-7 PENALTYMade nonplayer one word.4-1-4Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.4-2-2gChanged receiving team to R player.4-3-2, 3, 5Added nearest hash mark for clarification.4-3-4, 6Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.5-1-2bMade nonplayer one word.6-1-2Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.6-1-4Changed receiving team to R player.6-2-1Clarified the scrimmage kick formation.6-2-2Changed receiving team to R player.6-5-4Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.

  • 2010 NFHS Football Editorial Changes

    6-5-5Changed receiving team to R player.7-3-2aChanged goal line to end line for clarification.7-5-7, 8, 9Re-organized pass interference restrictions for better clarification.8-3-1, 8Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.8-5-4Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.9-6-1Removed the word inbounds and added to the field for clarification.9-6-3, 4a, 4dAdded the word athletic before trainer.9-8-3Made nonplayer one word.Fundamentals II-5Made nonplayer one word.

  • 2010 NFHS Football Editorial Changes

    Fundamentals IV-2Changed receiving team to R player.Fundamentals X-4Added 8-2-5 as a rules reference.Resolving Tied Games 5-1-1Changed inbounds lines to hash marks.

    Resolving Tied Games 3.1.1Clarified the 3.1.1 SITUATION lettering and re-organized.9-, 8- and 6-Player Differences NOTEClarified the NOTE based on the rule change to 3-1-2; 1-7.Officials Signal #45Added or chin strap to description.Penalty SummaryAdded illegal personal contact in restricted area.

  • 2010 Football Points of Emphasis

  • 2010 NFHS Football Points of EmphasisConcussion Recognition and Management-Heat Illness and Hydration-Illegal Helmet Contact-Assisting the Runner-Sportsmanship and Public Address Announcers-NFHS Football Officials Manual-

  • Concussion Recognition and ManagementA concussion is a brain injury that results in a temporary disruption of normal brain function-A concussion occurs when the brain is violently rocked back and forth or twisted inside the skull as a result of a blow to the head or body-Only 3.2 percent of all concussed athletes lost consciousness during the 2009 football season-Neither officials, nor coaches, are expected to diagnose a concussion, as that is the job of an appropriate health-care professional-Officials, coaches and administrators are being asked to make all efforts to ensure that concussed athletes do not continue to participate-

  • Concussion Recognition and ManagementThe 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-

  • Concussion Recognition and Management

  • Heat Illness and Hydration31 high school football players have died from heat-related causes since 1995-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-

  • HEAT HUMIDITY INDEX CHART

  • Sportsmanship and Public Address AnnouncersSPORTSMANSHIPPlayers, 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-

  • Sportsmanship and Public Address AnnouncersPUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCERSContributes 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-

  • NFHS Football Officials ManualCommunication Between Officials and Head CoachCommunication between officials and the head coach is a key to a smoothly run contest-All communication between the two parties should be professional and to the point-Head coaches who want to officiate rather than coach should be dealt with swiftly and in a firm manner- Enforcement of Uniform Adornment RulesBoth the head coach and the officials are responsible for enforcement of the uniform adornment rules and those rules must be enforced consistently in order to prevent problems from developing with player safety or sportsmanship-

  • NFHS Football Officials ManualEnforcing that Legal Equipment is Worn ProperlyHead coaches and officials should always keep in mind that safety comes first-Required equipment is mandated for the well-being of the players- Coaches and officials must work together to make the game as safe as possible for the athletes participating by requiring compliance with equipment rules-Officials have the responsibility to penalize the head coach when players are not legally equipped and to prohibit the players from participating until they do become legally equipped-

  • 2010 Football Rules Reminders

  • Field MarkingsRule 1-2-3b NOTE 2

  • Required Player EquipmentRules 1-5-1c1, 2, 3

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

  • Legal Football JerseysRules 1-5-1b6, 7 (2012)Legal Football Jerseys Beginning 2012

  • Illegal Football JerseysRules 1-5-1b6, 7 (2012)Illegal Football Jerseys Beginning 2012A.B.C.D.

  • 2010-11 NFHS Football Information

  • Due: November 1, 2010Must be submitted to your state association office for approval.

    2011 NFHS Football Rule Change Proposal Form

  • Additional NFHS InformationNFHS Football Rule Change Proposal Form DueNovember 1, 2010

    2011 NFHS Football Rules Committee Meeting January 21-23, 2011Indianapolis, IN

    2011 NFHS Football Rules Online State Interpreters MeetingJuly 12, 2011 2:00 pm. (Eastern Standard Time)

    E-mail addresses:Bob Colgate - bco

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