If the football itself touchs the ground while you have possesion then you are not down.
football is when you have a team and you have to move the ball the the goal to get points while in tennis you use a raquet and you have to hit the ball towards the ground to get a point.
Yes. You are not allowed to play dangerously. At the rec levels and some younger ages playing while on the ground, under certain circumstances, can be playing dangerously.
where the ball is when the player's knee/shin is on the ground
Nobody invented it - the rules are much the same as men's Gaelic Football. Main difference is that Ladies are allowed to pick the ball off the ground.
The rules concerning when a player is 'down' are different between college football and the NFL. In the NFL, a player must be 'down by contact' for the play to end, therefore, if he were to recover a fumble while on his knees he would be able to get up and run with it as long as a member of the opposing team did not touch him while his knee(s) were on the ground. There is no 'down by contact' rule in college football. Once a player in possession of the ball has a knee (or elbow) touch the ground the play is over. The player would not be allowed to get up and run in college ball.
No football was first and allowed the ball to be handled. The ball carrier was allowed to retreat toward their own team players to pass the ball if carried. The laws changed in the lat 1800s and the handling of the ball was outlawed by the newly formed Football Association. teams wishing to keep the handling rules broke away and formed the Rugby Football Union
to have your ball on your hand and then star dancing
A Football game is played on the largest ground. It is a 100 yards.
In gridiron football, a spike of the ball is a play in which the quarterback intentionally throws the ball at the ground immediately after the snap
yes but only in a ground ball situation otherwise the ball will be given to the other team
Football and golf are the only major sports without a round ball. Football has a unique shaped ball (the football) while hockey uses a puck.
yes. it is where the ball is, not where the fielder is.
No. It's the same as American football.
no, it is not a dead ball (otherwise you wouldn't be able to pick up a ball off of the ground on a kickoff or punt). The ball carrier has to touch a knee or elbow to be ruled down.
In an on-sides kick the football does not have to touch the ground. The football must travel at least 10 yards before the kicking team can legally touch the football.
Yes, you are allowed to pull these out of the ground. But you can not pull OB stakes out of the ground.
Volley means to keep something off the ground. In volleyball the ball is not allowed to touch the ground. So essentially volleyball "keep the ball off the ground". I hope this helped. :)
Volley means to keep something off the ground. In volleyball the ball is not allowed to touch the ground. So essentially volleyball "keep the ball off the ground". I hope this helped.
In the first days of football when a ball carrier crossed the goal line he would touch the ball to the ground. The touching of the ball to the ground for the score was called a "TOUCHDOWN". This rule still applies in rugby, where a player doesn't score unless he touches the ball to the ground.
When a ball is thrown forward but not caught in bounds or dropped and it hits the ground
There is no quarter back in association football. However, you can intercept passes made between players.