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The Clock and Extra Periods

ClockJohn Sousa, featured guest speaker, and Tommy Brow, Rules Interpreter, discussed “the clock and overtime” during the ANEFO meeting on September 22, 2014.  Their handouts and/or resources are attached at the bottom of this article.  First, John Sousa highlighted key information about starting the period, play time, time outs, starting and stopping the clock, delays and clock tactics, and substitutions.  Later, Tommy Brow’s presentation included: delay of game from a scrimmage kick formation, injured players and time outs, extending a period of live-ball fouls not treated as dead-ball fouls, personal fouls as time expires, fouls during overtime, and the MIAA regulations on overtime.  Five NCAA video clips were also presenting dealing with: on-side kicks, unnecessary roughness after a touchdown, holding, goal line mechanics and batting an on-side kick.

Rule 3.Periods.Time Factors (John Sousa’s – Powerpoint)
Clock.and.OT.9.22.2014  (Tommy Brow”s – Presentation)