First, there's no such thing as a "dead ball fumble." A ball must be live in order to be fumbled. Also, once a ball is possessed by the offense in the end zone, the play is over and there can be no fumble.
If you're referring to a situation where a fumbled ball is blown dead by the referee, the only question is whether the ball was actually caught in the end zone. If it was, then a touchdown was scored which ends the play, and thus no fumble. If it was not a valid catch, then the pass was incomplete -- no fumble.
The only situation where a fumble would nullify a touchdown would be if the ball was caught and then fumbled BEFORE crossing the goal line.
"no it cant ever touch the ground unless a fumble" Completely incorrect. A lateral pass can touch the ground in the NFL and collegiate football.
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No, there is not an app for that. Wi-Fi reception cannot be boosted through the use of an app.
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B/C they think that the double grip will provide a more impressive shake.
just touch it then =)
If the ball touches the ground, the runner is down. This is why 'the ground cannot cause a fumble.'
Comments: Akeem Green from Delaware state university has the longest fumble recovery for a touch down in FCS history against Morgan State university in 2007. ESPN #2 on top ten plays that night. Google longest fumble recovery for a touchdown in college football history Akeem Green play shows up. Green ran from the back of his in zone to score. It would been 109 yard return but was called 99 yard touchdown #FACTS