Yes, that is a fumble.
its when the ball pops out of a players hand actually.
If the 'kick' is intentional, it is an illegal kick penalty. If it is unintentional, it is a fumble.
A fumble is when a player with the ball drops it.
loose ball (fumble)
A fumble is when the ball comes out of the players posession before he/she is down. If the fumble is recovered by the opposing team, it is considered a turnover and the posession of the ball changes.
Yes. There was a rule in college football where the defense could not advance the ball after recovering a fumble but it was abolished in 1992.
"FF" stands for "Forced Fumble" When a player knocks the football loose or strips the ball from a player that has full possession of the football is considered a Forced Fumble (FF).
A runner can fumble the ball prior to gaining possession of the football. A receiver must catch and secure the ball, and be deemed a runner before fumbling. If a receiver does not secure the ball, it is considered an incomplete pass instead of a fumble.
The football player fumbled the ball, costing his team the game.
stripping is when a player causes a player on the opposing team to fumble the ball