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2015 NFHS High School Football: Rules By…

2015 NFHS High School Football: Rules By Topic

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All the Official Rules and Caseplays together in one place! The Rules by Topic merges the rule book and the case book so you can see everything that applies to a particular rule together in one place. The rules and caseplays are organized by game topics so you don t have to hunt for what you need. Topics covered include: rules changes & new caseplays, field & equipment, kicks, plays from scrimmage, contact, substitutions & participation, enforcements, time-outs and other play stoppages, game officials and their duties, nine-, eight-, and six-player rule differences, NFHS signal chart and penalty summary. Many officials have said that once they started training with Rules by Topic, they ve never gone back to using both the & casebook again. Rules by Topic might be the most powerful rule study tool available. It WILL help you better understand the rules and how to apply them.

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