__________assumes a position on the side opposite of the Referee in the neutral zone standing on the sideline.
LINEJUDGE
_________assumes a position on the side opposite of the Line Judge 17 yards downfield from the line of scrimmage and 5 yards from the sideline.
BACKJUDGE
How many yards should the Referee be away from the player receiving the snap?
SEVEN
On the goal line, who straddles the goal line?
LINEJUDGE
A __________________ is any action which is not a loose ball play?
RUNNINGPLAY
A "Throw and Blow" is what referenced to what type of foul?
DEADBALL
A "Throw and Go" is referenced to what type of foul?
LiveBall
______________ means where the ball will be snapped next?
Succeeding Spot
Where the ball was snapped from?
PreviousSpot
Spot where the foul occurred.
SpotOfTheFoul
Who does the All-But-One Enforcement Principle apply to?
Offense
When the same team commits 2 or more live ball fouls.
MultipleFouls
When both teams commit fouls during the same down they will cancel out and the down replayed.
DoubleFoul
The Line Judge is how many yards off the sideline?
Two
The back judge is 17 yards beyond L.O.S. and ________ yards from the sideline.
Five
The most important line in football?
GoalLine
How many minutes is each half?
Twenty