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2019 NCAA FOOTBALL, INTERPRETATIONS, NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. ISSN 0736 5144, THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. P O Box 6222, Indianapolis Indiana 46206 6222, 317 917 6222. www ncaa org, Manuscript Prepared By Steve Shaw Secretary Rules Editor NCAA Football Rules Committee. Edited By Ty Halpin Director Championships and Alliances. Production By Marcia Stubbeman Associate Director Print and Publishing. NCAA NCAA logo and NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION are registered. marks of the Association and use in any manner is prohibited unless prior. approval is obtained from the Association, COPYRIGHT 1974 BY THE NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION.
REPRINTED 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987. 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003. 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2011 2012 2013 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, NCAA Football Rules Committee FR 4. Major Rules Changes for 2019 FR 5, Index to Editorial Changes FR 6. Points of Emphasis FR 7, Sportsmanship Statement FR 9. The Football Code FR 10, Official NCAA Football Rules. Rule 1 The Game Field Players and Equipment FR 14, Rule 2 Definitions FR 27.
Rule 3 Periods Time Factors and Substitutions FR 45. Rule 4 Ball in Play Dead Ball Out of Bounds FR 58, Rule 5 Series of Downs Line to Gain FR 61. Rule 6 Kicks FR 64, Rule 7 Snapping and Passing the Ball FR 72. Rule 8 Scoring FR 81, Rule 9 Conduct of Players and Others Subject to the Rules FR 87. Rule 10 Penalty Enforcement FR 102, Rule 11 The Officials Jurisdiction and Duties FR 106. Rule 12 Instant Replay FR 107, Appendix A Guidelines for Serious On Field Injuries FR 114.
Appendix B Lightning Policy FR 115, Appendix C Concussions FR 116. Appendix D Field Diagrams FR 118, Appendix E Equipment Additional Details FR 122. Appendix F Official Football Signals FR 128, Appendix G Summary of Penalties FR 131. Official NCAA Football Rules Interpretations, Table of Contents for Approved Rulings FI 2. List of New and Modified Approved Rulings FI 3, Rule 1 The Game Field Players and Equipment FI 4.
Rule 2 Definitions FI 7, Rule 3 Periods Time Factors and Substitutions FI 10. Rule 4 Ball in Play Dead Ball Out of Bounds FI 22, Rule 5 Series of Downs Line to Gain FI 25. Rule 6 Kicks FI 28, Rule 7 Snapping and Passing the Ball FI 39. Rule 8 Scoring FI 52, Rule 9 Conduct of Players and Others Subject to Rules FI 59. Rule 10 Penalty Enforcement FI 74, Index to Rules IND 1.
NCAA Football Rules, The chart below lists the members of the committee who voted on and. approved the rules included in this edition of the book This information is. being included for historical purposes, Name Institution Term Expiration. Bill Carollo Big Ten Conference 9 1 22, Monte Cater Shepherd University 9 1 19. Dave Eavenson Methodist University 9 1 20, Josh Looney Missouri Western State Univ 9 1 22. Anthony Reno Yale University 9 1 21, David Shaw Stanford University 9 1 22.
Steve Shaw Secretary Rules Editor 9 1 21, Chris Smithley Waynesburg University 9 1 20. Matt Viator University of Louisiana Monroe 9 1 21, Vaughan Williams Boston College 9 1 19. Doug Zipp Ohio Wesleyan University 9 1 22, Committee chair. Non voting member, Eligible for reappointment, For a complete and current listing of the NCAA Football Rules Committee. please go to www NCAA org playingrules, Those seeking interpretations of rules or play situations may contact.
Steve Shaw, NCAA Football Secretary Rules Editor, sshaw sec org. Major Rules Changes, The numbers and letters in the left column refer to rule section and article. respectively Changed or altered items are identified in the rules by a shaded. background unless the change results in the deletion of the entire segment. containing the change, The Football Rules Committee made the following major changes for the 2019. season This is an off year in the playing rules cycle however the committee. is able to make changes for the following reasons during this period 1. Student athlete safety 2 Adjustment to rule change from the previous season. that is not achieving its intent or 3 Changes that have a significant impact on. the image of the game, MAJOR RULES CHANGES for 2019. 2 3 7 Blind Side Block defined, 3 1 3 e Possession Series adjusted starting with fifth extra period.
3 1 3 h Mandatory break period established in extra periods. 6 1 10 Illegal wedge formation redefined as two or more players. 9 1 3 9 1 4 Progressive penalty created for targeting fouls. 9 1 18 Blind Side Block foul and penalty established. 12 3 5 a Modification of Instant Replay review for targeting. Index to Editorial Changes, SIGNIFICANT EDITORIAL CHANGES for 2019. 1 4 11 a Monitor allowed on sideline for medical staff only. 2 4 1 a Player possession clarified, 2 4 3 a 1 Catch interception recovery clarified. 2 19 2 b Forward pass further defined, 4 2 4 d Forward progress of a striding runner codified. 7 3 10 Exception added to ineligible receiver downfield rule. 9 1 6 b 1 Team B blocking below the waist clarified. 11 2 1 b Officiating crews including Instant Replay to be assigned from the same. organization effective August 2020, 12 3 7 Clarification on limitations of reviewable plays. Points of Emphasis, The NCAA Football Rules Committee has extraordinary pride in the Football.
Code which was introduced in 1916 and has been updated several times. These guidelines form a harmony of agreement among coaches players. game officials and administrators that places each contest in an environment. of fairness and sportsmanship It is noted that the Code emphasizes the. following unethical practices Using the helmet as a weapon The helmet is. for protection of the player and players and coaches should emphasize the. elimination of targeting and initiating contact against a defenseless opponent. and or with the crown of the helmet Every participant in the collegiate. football scene shares a responsibility for ethical conduct that enhances the. future of this American tradition, PROTECTION OF DEFENSELESS PLAYERS AND CROWN OF. HELMET ACTION In 2008 the committee introduced a separate rule. prohibiting forcible contact with the helmet and targeting a defenseless. opponent These actions appear in two rules Targeting and Making Forcible. Contact With the Crown of the Helmet Rule 9 1 3 and Targeting and. Making Forcible Contact to Head or Neck Area of a Defenseless Player Rule. 9 1 4 Use of the helmet as a weapon and intentional targeted contact to the. head or neck area are serious safety concerns The penalties for fouls under both. 9 1 3 and 9 1 4 include automatic disqualification The committee continues. to emphasize that coaches and officials must be diligent to insure that players. understand and abide by these rules A progressive penalty is added for 2019 to. continue to emphasize adherence to this rule, Rule 2 27 14 defines and lists characteristics of a defenseless player. HELMETS The helmet is intended to protect the player from head. injuries It must therefore be fitted properly so that it does not come off. through play Coaches equipment managers and athletic trainers must be. diligent in seeing that players wear the helmets properly and officials must. firmly enforce the rules requiring chin straps to be tightly secured The rules. Rule 3 3 9 now call for the player whose helmet comes off to leave the. game for one down unless this is the direct result of a foul The player may. remain in the game if his team is granted a charged timeout. SIDELINE CONTROL The rules committee admonishes NCAA. member institutions and conferences to enforce strictly the rules regarding. the team area and coaching box Rule 1 2 4 a back of the limit lines. between the 25 yard lines and the space between the limit lines Rules 1 2. 3 a and b 12 feet outside the sidelines and the end line and the sidelines. These field level locations must be kept clear of persons who have no game. responsibilities, The field level is not for spectators It must be reserved for those who. are performing a service associated with action on the field of play and for. administration of the game Simply put no job means no sideline pass. FR 8 Points of Emphasis, Each team is limited to 60 persons in its team area not including squad. members in full uniform who shall be wearing a team credential Full uniform. is defined as equipped in accord with NCAA rules and ready to play The. credentials should be numbered 1 through 60 They should be reserved only. for those who are directly involved in the game No other credential should be. valid for the team area, Persons who are directly involved in the game include Rules 1 1 6 and 1 2.
4 b coaches team managers medical and athletic training staff members. athletics communications staff members and game operations staff members. Editorial changes to Rules 9 2 1 and 9 2 5 make it clear that coaches and. other team personnel may not come on to the field to protest officiating. decisions or to communicate with players or officials without permission of the. referee Coaches and other personnel must be behind the coaching line while. the ball is alive and during the immediate action after the ball becomes dead. While the game is in progress the area from the limit lines outward to the. stadium seating outside the team area should be restricted to credentialed. media camera operators and on air personnel cheer team members in uniform. and stadium security personnel in uniform Game management personnel and. stadium security personnel are responsible for enforcing these restrictions. SAFETY AND MEDICAL CONSIDERATIONS In consultation with. the National Athletic Trainers Association NATA the Football Rules. Committee strongly encourages coaches and officials to be diligent in insuring. that players wear mandatory equipment It is especially important that. equipment and pads cover body parts for which they were designed Particular. attention is drawn to wearing uniform pants that cover the knees which are. easily abraded when exposed With the change made in 2017 that took effect. in 2018 players coaches and athletic equipment managers should ensure that. the player s pants are fitted properly Pants and knee pad must cover the knee. to be legal If an official discovers illegal equipment or a player failing to wear. mandatory equipment properly that official should inform the player that he. must leave the game for at least one down and is not allowed to return until the. equipment is made legal The player may be allowed to return without missing. a down if his team takes a charged team timeout but only if he corrects the. equipment issue as well, Football players are especially susceptible to methicillin resistant staphylococcus. aureus MRSA which is resistant to commonly used antibiotics MRSA results. in lost playing time More seriously it has caused the deaths of several football. players in recent years MRSA is typically transmitted through body to body. contact from an infected wound or via an object e g towel that has come in. contact with the infected area It is not transmitted through the air is not found. on mud or grass and cannot live on artificial turf. The committee recommends observing common medical precautions to. reduce the incidence of MRSA infections Consult the NCAA Sports Medicine. Handbook which may be found at www ncaapublications com. CONCUSSIONS Coaches and medical personnel should exercise caution. in the treatment of a student athlete who exhibits signs of a concussion See. Appendix C for detailed information, Statement on, Sportsmanship. NCAA Football Rules Committee, Adopted February 2009. After reviewing a number of plays involving unsportsmanlike. conduct the committee is firm in its support of the. unsportsmanlike conduct rules as they currently are written. and officiated Many of these fouls deal with players who. inappropriately draw attention to themselves in a premeditated. excessive or prolonged manner Players should be taught the. discipline that reinforces football as a team game. The rules committee reminds head coaches of their, responsibility for the behavior of their players before and. after as well as during the game Players must be cautioned. against pre game unsportsmanlike conduct on the field that. can lead to confrontation between the teams Such action can. lead to penalties enforced on the opening kickoff possibly. including disqualification of players Repeated occurrence. of such unsportsmanlike behavior by a team may result in. punitive action by the conference against the head coach and. his institution, The Football Code, Football is an aggressive rugged contact sport Only the highest standards.
of sportsmanship and conduct are expected of players coaches and others. associated with the game There is no place for unfair tactics unsportsmanlike. conduct or maneuvers deliberately designed to inflict injury. The American Football Coaches Association AFCA Code of Ethics states. a The Football Code shall be an integral part of this code of ethics and. should be carefully read and observed, b To gain an advantage by circumvention or disregard for the rules. brands a coach or player as unfit to be associated with football. Rule 2 27 14 defines and lists characteristics of a defenseless player HELMETS The helmet is intended to protect the player from head injuries It must therefore be fitted properly so that it does not come off through play Coaches equipment managers and athletic trainers must be

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