The coach can can call a timeout anytime when the ball is not in play. He/She only has two timeouts per game, though.
Yes, however the second time out must be called before the referee blows his whistle signaling the ball is ready for play and starting the 25 second clock. If the coach waits to call the second time until after the referee blows the whistle signaling the ball ready to play, a 15 yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty is assessed.
A time out is something a coach can call that stops times (hence "time out"). During this time, a coach can substitute players in and out of the ball game, draw up plays, talk to their players, or talk to the referee. This allows the players a break. There are 20, 30, and full time outs (which are 1 minute in length). Coaches have a certain number of timeouts, and after each half, they are restored. Although coaches can choose when to call most timeouts, some are mandatory. TV announcers will often refer to some timeouts as "mandatory timeouts." These are strictly to allow the television commentators a break. Both coaches must call a certain amount during the game by certain points, and if they don't, they will lose a timeout.
Moultrie High School Packers, Moultrie, Georgia graduated in 1973.
both sports use a ball and they both have nets involved and there are timeouts and subs c:
MLB Rule 5.08 is pretty clear: If a thrown ball accidentally touches a base coach, or a pitched or thrown ball touches an umpire, the ball is alive and in play. However, if the coach interferes with a thrown ball, the runner is out.
yes but then zombies come out and eat it
to drive the ball
The ball is alive, nothing can kill a live ball except when a pitcher hits a batter or the ball goes out of the playing field.
Because he is a old football coach.
Generally, it does not. However, if the game is very close and about to end (under a minute), the clock will usually stop. In high school, the clock only stops for timeouts, throwing the ball in bounds (after a foul or a timeout), or if an injury has occurred.