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Jambun82

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  1. What else is new? In other words, the sky is blue, the grass is green, and it is humid in Florida.
  2. With me you know that you will always get a solid, straight answer that you can take to the bank and exchange for cash! In fact, it is same to assume that most message board posters would agree with the quote "That Jambun82 knows what he is talking about" You're welcome for that Perspective.
  3. You're welcome.
  4. Perspective, the foul would be an Unsportsmanlike Conduct penalty, not a Personal Foul penalty. Obviously, every official has a different level of tolerance for an objection to a call by a coach or player. The NFHS rules states that a UNS Conduct foul by a non-player includes, but is not limited to, disrespectfully addressing or trying to influence a decision by an official. That is very broad, as you would already know in legalize terms. Certain Coaches reputation procedes them, and the language used by the coach has an effect obviously. Good Head Coaches will instruct their assistant coaches not to voice any objections or complaints to the officials, and a good sideline official will mention to the Head Coach in the pregame that he/she only wants to communicate with the Head Coach. I suppose that the situation comes down to the individual officials tolerance level, with good officials realizing and respecting that Coaches spend all week preparing for a emotional game where circumstances will come up where leeway should be given, and not everything is black and white. It is a fine balancing act.
  5. Skyway there were two separate fouls, and in this circumstance, both fouls can be enforced. One is a live-ball PF, the other a dead-ball UNS conduct. The team that was penalized for the PF must have voiced some sort of objection that the officials deemed a UNS conduct foul, which is always penalized as a dead-ball, succeeding spot foul so that foul is not declined or offset.
  6. VeniceIndiansFootball, UNS conduct is always penalized as a dead-ball succeeding spot foul, meaning that the penalty yardage is enforced from the spot that the ball will next be snapped or free-kicked.
  7. I am not sure what you think is unusual about a live-ball 15 yard PF FM penalty, and then a dead-ball UNS Conduct foul, that is the correct enforcement. The intentional grounding or not ends up being a judgment call, and it is important to remember that it it the spring game for the officials as well. A lot of people feel that way about the dead-ball encroachment foul in NFHS rules.
  8. What issues did you have with the officiating skyway?
  9. Also, I am sure that the game officials laid down the law, and got both teams in order.
  10. Did any of the leather helmets get damaged? Obviously there were no face masks then, so did each team try to gouge the other teams player's faces?
  11. I can't either Perspective. I believe that all coaches and players should affirm this fact!
  12. I can say that even then as well as now, the great sport of football could not have survived without the true backbone and heart-and-soul of the sport. The Game Officials!
  13. C'Mon Perspective, I didn't realize that you were an enemy of "progress"!
  14. Yes you are. You're welcome.
  15. You have gotten access to my brains, wisdom, and humor on two different message boards? Talk about hitting the jackpot!
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