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Q: How many yards are lost in each penalty in football?
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48


What are negative yards?

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If you lose a golf ball Then take a penalty and hit another ball you then find the lost ball do you take the penalty or hit the lost ball?

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If Johnny ran the ball for 5 yards then he ran for 3 more yards then he lost 2 yards on a run How far did he run on those three plays?

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