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NFHS | 2016

Rules Changes & Points of Emphasis

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AgendaPhilosophyKey Expectations

NFHS Rules Changes 2016NFHS Points of Emphasis 2016“Whistle to Snap”Your Questions / Discussion

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Our PhilosophyPhilosophy…A theory or attitude held by a person or organization that acts as a guiding principle for behavior.

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RULES

PHILOSOPHY

MECHANICS

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Our PhilosophySafety First!The rules and penalties for the game of football are intended to prohibit all forms of unnecessary or excessive roughness, unfair tactics and unsportsmanlike conduct; i.e., to keep players

safe.Fair Play!The primary responsibility for ensuring a safe and fair competition during each football game lies with the football

official.Fall 2016

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Key ExpectationAll instruction, mentoring & observation reports based on WOA Mechanics Illustrated

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Rules changesWhat’s new for 2016Fall 2016

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NFHS Rules Changes

1-5-1d(5)a: Tooth / Mouth ProtectorCompletely clear or completely white tooth and mouth protectors are no longer prohibited

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ILLEGAL!

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NFHS Rules Changes

1-5 NOTE; 1-5-2b: GlovesFootball gloves are now required to meet

either the new SFIA specification or the existing NOCSAE test standard at the time of manufactureNational Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment

Sports and Fitness Industry AssociationPermanent, exact replica; visible; exterior wrist opening

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Mittens are exempt

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NFHS Rules Changes

2-17; 9-3-6; 9-3 (Penalty):

ClippingClipping in the free-blocking zone is now illegalFall 2016

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NFHS Rules Changes

2-17; 9-3-6; 9-3 (Penalty):

ClippingIt is still legal to clip a player who is a runner or is pretending to be a runner Clipping, blocking below the waist and blocking in the back are legal methods of bringing down a runner or a player pretending to be a runner

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EDITORIAL CHANGESClarifying the TextFall 2016

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Editorial | Equipment1-5-1b(1)Shoulder pads and hard surface auxiliary attachments must be completely covered by a jersey

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ILLEGAL!

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Editorial | Equipment1-5-1b(1)Back pads and hard surface auxiliary attachments must be completely covered by a jersey. Jerseys shall be long enough to reach the top of the pants and shall be tucked in if longer

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ILLEGAL!

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Editorial | Equipment1-5-1b(2)a, (3)aThe front and back of the football jersey may contain the school name, school logo, school nickname or player name (PlayPic A)Team

nicknames such as seen on the jersey in PlayPic B are illegalFall 2016SSFOA

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ILLEGAL!

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Editorial | Down Error5-1-1b Correcting a down errorThe referee shall correct the number of the next down prior to the ball becoming live after a new series of downs is awarded and prior to the declaration of the end of any period

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POINTS OF EMPHASISWhat should be our focus in 2016?Fall 2016

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Points of Emphasis … (Handout)Risk MinimizationLegal / Illegal Blocks

Legal Jerseys, Pants, and PadsUnfair ActsFall 2016

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Points of EmphasisRisk MinimizationConcussionsProper concussion management at all levels of play

Impact SensorsNot for diagnosisHeat IllnessWell-rehearsed

Emergency Action PlanFall 2016

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Points of EmphasisIllegal BlocksKick-catching / Forward-pass InterferencePersonal Fouls and other prohibited contact

TargetingChop blockingBlocking below the waist / in the backClipping…except?

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“Targeting is an act by any player who takes aim and initiates contact against an opponent above the shoulders with the helmet, forearm, hand, fist, elbow or

shoulders”

NFHS 2-20-2

“Chop

block is a combination block by two or more teammates against an opponent other than the runner, with or without delay, where one of the blocks is low (

at the knee or below

) and one of the blocks is high (

above the knee

)”

NFHS 2-3-8

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Points of EmphasisIllegal BlocksBlocking below the waist / in the back“Blocking in the back is a block against an opponent when the initial contact is in the opponent’s back, inside the shoulders and below the helmet and above the waist, and

not against a player who is a runner or pretending to be a runner.” NFHS 2-5-2

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Points of EmphasisIllegal BlocksClipping“Clipping is a block against an opponent when the initial contact is from behind, at or below the waist, and not against a player who is a runner or pretending to be a runner

.” NFHS 2-5-1Fall 2016

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Points of EmphasisIllegal BlocksChop BlocksIllegal blocks such as chop blocks (PlayPic A) are not to be taught and must be

penalizedLegal techniques such as low-low combination blocks in the free-blocking zone (PlayPic B) are effective and minimize riskFall 2016

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Points of EmphasisJerseys, Pants, and PadsJerseys completely cover all pads

Pants completely cover knees and knee padsKnee pads must be worn over the kneeIf adjustment to the jersey or pants during a dead-ball period cannot be made, the player should not be permitted to continue as a participant on the field of

play.Fall 2016

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Points of EmphasisFall 2016SSFOA

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LEGAL

ILLEGAL

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Points of EmphasisFall 2016SSFOA

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ILLEGAL!

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Points of EmphasisUnfair Acts | Rule 9-10UniformsNon-standard; foreign substanceDisconcerting

acts / wordsInterfering with A’s signals & movements “Hide-Out” playsDeceive at / just prior to snap / free kickDoesn’t rule out “trick plays

Run within the spirit and intent of the RulesFall 2016

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Whistle to SnapSupplement to Mechanics Illustrated | 2014Fall 2016

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Accordion MechanicMovement of all OfficialsToward dead ball spot

Except UmpirePurposesShow presence to playersSell forward progress spot

Move away from CoachesReturn after ball is spotted by UmpireFall 2016

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Accordion MechanicReferee5 – 7 yardsBack Judge

10 – 12 yardsWingsSquare in…at least to top of Numbers

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Accordion MechanicExceptionsPlayer safety…don’t go past players

Don’t go past the ballUnless very close to LTG / Goal LineNearest Wing to the dead ball spotBJ / R slide to cover playersNot used on:

Incomplete passCovering a flag / reporting a foulSafety concern

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Dead Ball MechanicsIncomplete passCovering Official = “Incomplete” x 2

Others = Stop Clock x 2, unless 3+ neededNormal downs…Next down signalsLJ > R > HL > BOX > Crew Echos

Ready-For-Playx until all Crew (except U) in pre-snap positions

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NASO“Refereeing is knowing the mechanics.”“Are our Officials reading the Mechanics Manual?”Declining number of Officials

“Replace yourself as an Official.”“As each Official gets older, players are still 17.”

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“If you buy a camera,

you

are a photographer.

If

you buy a piano,

you

bought a piano.”

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NASO | 5 Legal ConcernsOfficiating the Concussion RuleGames & ScrimmagesTaking Out the Trash; Game controlTaunting & Baiting

Take the game away from the players who don’t want to playToxic ACA2Do not talk to spectatorsSilence can’t be quoted

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NASO | 5 Legal ConcernsManaging the FightDon’t allow it to beginConcentration & QuicknessWarning =

Player did something wrong and you passed on itPass or throw the flagNo good deed goes unpunished Venue

AwarenessWho has your back?Fall 2016

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NASOFall 2016SSFOA

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Greater

visibility &

role

in player

safety

& integrity of game

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Fall 2016SSFOA


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