2015 Quiz 7 - Your Call

This week’s Your Call is prepared by Dave Ramsey in association with Beau Rugg and Dr. Bruce Maurer. Click here to view a PDF of the quiz along with the answers.


  1. On a Try, A is going for 2 points. Quarterback A1 scrambles back to the 16 YL where he is tackled by the facemask.

  2. A 2nd & 8 @ B45 YL.A20 advances the ball to the B26 YL. During the play the BJ throws is flag for B having 12 players during the play.

  3. Ball carrier A1 is running in the free blocking zone and B1 grabs A1’s jersey collar opening from behind and pulls him backward to the ground.

  4. A 1st & 10 from A’s 5 YL. A1 drops back into his end zone, where he is tackled by the tooth and mouth protector that is attached to the facemask, and fumbles. The ball rolls out of bounds at A’s 3 YL.

  5. When the R determines a player is injured after the down, he immediately calls an officials time­out. He directs both teams outside the 9 yard marks. Both Wings notify their teams that the coaches must remain off the field, in the team box.

  6. KT lines up for a free­kick with 4 KT players on one side of the kicker and 6 KT members on the other side of the kicker K44. After the R’s ready­for­play signal, K44 runs toward the football and as he reaches the ball he spins around 180 degrees and uses the heel of his foot to kick the football. An instant before K44’s heel contacts the football the other foot touches KT’s free­kick line.

  7. Fourth & 11 from K’s 36 YL. While KT’s punt was in flight, beyond the expanded neutral zone, R6 was guilty of holding K3 at R’s 32 YL. The kick goes into the end zone.

OHSAA Mechanics

  1. Second and four for A on their +11yard­line. The BJ takes his IP on the EL preparing for a pass.

  2. If the HL has a balanced line on his/her side and also has the closest player off the LOS, he/she would only need to hold & punch back with their arm until the snap.

OHSAA Regulations

  1. During the pre­game (crew/head coach) conference the HC notifies the crew that one of his players has an artificial leg. The HC says they have a letter of approval from the OHSAA, and provides that letter to the R. Since the player has an artificial leg, no special padding needs inspected by the U.