Safety and a 2-point conversion
yes, it counts for 2 points
I would probably say the free-kick because in a rugby conversion the area to aim at is much larger.
as you line up to atempt a extra point you eather fake punt pass or run.
make a touchdown. make a extra point. make a 2 point conversion. make a Field goal.
that would be a point after touchdown. The ball is kicked through the uprights from the 2 yard line.
Not in the NFL. Once the offense loses control of the ball -- with an incomplete pass, interception, or tackle -- the play is dead. In college and Canadian football, however, the defense can return the ball and score a 2-point defensive conversion.
In American football the score is called 'nil' or 'goal'.
its based on the world records from i think like 1989 or around there. there is a conversion for every score that you just look up in the table. scoring is non-linear so you need the table to be able to convert your score.
Athletes may score points based on the rules of the game. Example like football were players have to score by getting the ball to the opponents end zone with passion of the ball.
No you can not score from a throw in.
it can be any score
Any offensive stats obtained during a conversion attempt i.e. pass attempt, completion, yards, reception, etc are not counted towards the final box score.
The fastest score in the NCAA would be 113-0. This is a football game.
222 to 0.
no score draw is = 0-0
If a team attempts a two point conversion after scoring a touchdown and the ball is fumbled and recovered by the defense or if a pass is intercepted by the defense who then run the ball back to the other end zone the defense team will be credited with the two points. This is called a defensive conversion. Note that this rule only applies in college football. In the NFL, the defense can't score on a point-after attempt.
The highest score int he NCAA was 113 to 0. This in a football game.
Chelsea's highest score in football is Chelsea vs Wigan 8-0
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