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2017 NFHS Rules Changes - Matt Sumstine


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Football Sideline Management


2016 OSAA Football - Point of Emphasis

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2016 Blindside Block Experiment


Experimental rule information and play examples

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2015 Blindside Block Experiment


Experimental rule information and play examples

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Unnecessary and Excessive Contact


All coaches, players, and parents are encourage to watch the following video that illustrates examples of unnecessary and excessive contact.

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USA Football - Levels of Contact


This USA Football Video illustrates the different "levels of contact" referenced in OSAA Executive Board Policy #55 (Practice Model).

Thud ‐ Drill is run at assigned speed through the moment of contact; no predetermined winner. Contact remains above the waist, players stay on their feet and a quick whistle ends the drill. This applies to simulations and drills involving any number of players.

Live Action ‐ Drill is run in game-like conditions and is the only time that players are taken to the ground. This applies to simulations and drills involving any number of players.

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Targeting and Defenseless Players


All coaches, players, and parents are encourage to watch the following video that illustrates examples of targeting and defenseless player fouls.

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