No. College Football only requires a player to be in possession of the ball and have one foot inbounds.
No. In college football, the receiver must have at least one foot on the ground before being forced out of bounds. In professional football, the receiver must have both feet on the ground before being forced out of bounds.
Any part of both of the players feet (toe, heel, outstep, cleat, sole) must touch the turf while the player has possesion of the ball for the player to have both feet in bounds. The feet do not have to touch the turf at the same time however.
Yes In the NFL, yes. In college you need only one foot in bounds, as long as it touches down in bounds before the other foot touches out of bounds.
AnswerFrom What You Have Asked You Have Established Your Position And You Are Out Of Bounds. Both Feet Do Not Need To Be On The Floor When You Recieve The Ball. But Your Feet Cannot Be Out Of Bounds.The above was not very clear. You're saying if I'm standing out of bounds and someone passes it to me, all I have to do is leave the floor then I'm no longer out of bounds. Your feet have to be established in bounds before you can touch the ball
If one foot goes out of bounds it is a one tenth deduction and if both feet go out it is a three tenth deduction.
You only need 1 foot in-bounds for receiving in college football.
In the NFL, a receiver must have both feet land inbounds for the catch to be legal. In college ball, a receiver must have only one foot land in bounds for the catch to be legal.
Both feet have to be established in bounds before the player can touch the ball again without being called out of bounds