Yes, any umpire can throw a coach or player out of the game.
Sometimes when a coach sees something in a critical play that the refs do not, the coach can throw a red flag signaling that he wants the play to be reviewed. The refs will take a few minutes and take a real good look at the play. They may even over turn the call in the coachs favor. coachs only have two challenges per half, or four challenges in the game. they cannot challenge plays within the two minute warnings of each half. critical plays within the two minutes are looked at by the officials.
That's called the challenge flag, each coach gets to throw that flag in their sock in order to signal to the refs that they disagree with the call on the field and would like them to take another, closer, look at the play. If the challenge succeeds, the play is reversed. If the challenge fails, the coach loses a timeout. If the team has no more time outs then they cannot challenge a play.
most quarterbacks throw with there right hand the most, like adrian baugh that goes to lamar high school the greatest quarterback alive. ps. coach green needs to put me at quarterback im to live not to be playing
It depends, some people are really strong initially and only throw 10-15 meters further than their standing throw with a runup. But I also met a high schooler who could standing throw like 30-35 meters, but would easily throw up to 70 meters with a run up. I personally can throw a standing jav like 25 meters, but I can throw it like 45-50 meters with a runup, but don't judge me cause i'm only a freshman in hs rn
no he can't
I don't know but my coach can throw it a little bit short the length of two fields.
No, unless he was involved in it.
the signs tht the coach gives when it is for example a foul,a throw in.
The flag is red for coach's challenges, yellow to indicate penalties called by the official
Just throw a boulder from a distance.. (Not on it!!)