Yes, if you push him out of bounds while he has the ball, it is your ball. Or a change of possession if that is easier to understand
yes but only in a ground ball situation otherwise the ball will be given to the other team
no they do not their team just receives possession
if the ball goes out of bounds then the team that threw it out of bounds doesnt get it
As long as the player is not ruled out of bounds it is a touchdown. The goal line technically extends past out of bounds.
When a player steps on the out of bounds line, the ball is out of bounds and the opposing team will get possession. It doesn't matter if a defender commits a foul afterwards, the ball was out of bounds first, so this is the call.
The player that is out of bounds when the ball touches him.
If your team has the ball/you go out of bounds with the ball, it will be given to the other team. If you go out of bounds, but you're not the one with the ball, doesn't really matter. But, there's really no point in doing that.
No. College football only requires a player to be in possession of the ball and have one foot inbounds.
In order to complete a catch, a receiver must maintain possession throughout the entire process. In the field of play, the ball can be bobbled so long as the player ends the catch in bounds with control of the ball. However, if a player does not have full possession of the ball as he goes out of bounds, or the catch is in any way aided by the ground, it is considered incomplete.
its when possession of the ball is switched from one team to another
If his knee touches inbounds, he is considered tackled in the field of play, regardless if the the ball ends up out of bounds. The clock will continue to run
Because the play is called a pass or a save and is always legal. The rule that applies most is the one that states that possession goes to the other team when a player touches the ball last prior to landing out of bounds. Moreover, it takes skill to place the ball on the opposing player with sufficient velocity and in such a way as to insure he will not be able to gather it up and cost YOU a change of possession.