As long as there was a clear change of possession to the defense before they fumbled the ball back to the offense, then the offense would keep the ball and get a new set of downs.
If the defense fumbled the ball back to the offense without ever establishing possession, then the ball would go over to the defense on downs. The only way the offense could retain possession in this case is if the ball ended up beyond the first-down marker when the offense finally recovered.
If the offense team misses or failed to gain 10 yards, the defense will take over the ball thus changing the defense to be on offense and offense to be on defense.
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In Georgia, a DUI will become a felony on the fourth offense within ten years.A DUI becomes a felony in Georgia after the fourth offense within ten years
In Nebraska, a DUI becomes a felony upon the fourth offense within 12 years.
go to jail, maybe?
$107 minimum and $750 maximum for your first offense. My fourth offense ran me about 500 bucks.
Yes. If a field goal is attempted prior to fourth down and the snap is bad, the ball is not kicked, and the offense keeps possession of the ball, the field goal may be attempted on the next down.
In South Carolina, a DUI becomes a Class F felony offense upon the fourth offense within ten years.
In Tennesse, a DUI becomes a class E felony upon the fourth offense within ten years. Up until that point, it remains a misdemeanor offense.
Yes. As long as the ball has not crossed the line of scrimmage, it is treated like a fumble and can be recovered by either team. Note that if the offense recovers, the down is still in effect. If it is fourth down, they would need to reach the line to gain a first down or else the ball would be turned over to the defense anyway. If the ball travels beyond the line of scrimmage, the same rules apply as to any kicked ball. The defense can let it roll dead (which would be the same as a missed FG) or attempt to return it. If the defense touches it beyond the line of scrimmage, the offense could recover and would have a first down.