I don't believe you have to be behind the line of scrimmage. This play is a holdover from Rugby where a player can attempt a drop goal at any time during play. A player, often during a full sprint, will drop the ball in front of him and as it touches the ground will kick it through the uprights for three points. Doug Flutie used this technique to score the extra point in the last play of his career. Jim McMahon, the noted Chicago Bears quarterback, used to challenge kickers to drop goal contests. Rumor has it that they soon learned that that was a good way to lose money. * As long as you're behind the line of scrimmage and the ball hits the ground before you kick it. New Answer: No the ball must be kicked from the groung Not in American football, no. All kicks must be taken from behind the line of scrimmage.
Drop kicks are still perfectly legal. They're just not attempted very often anymore, mostly because the shape of the football changed to accommodate forward passes. It used to be rounder like a rugby ball and give a more reliable bounce when it hit the ground.
Canadian football still allows a team to kick and recover from beyond the line of scrimmage. Any player from the kicking team can recover the ball, as long as he was level with or behind the kicker at the time of the kick. I suppose this rule would allow for a dropkick to be taken from anywhere on the field, but it's usually used at the end of tie games to punt deep and force the other team to give up a 1-point rouge.
If the ball is loose, such as after a fumble, a player cannot deliberately kick or bat the ball in an attempt to either gain possession or prevent the other team from recovering. Dropkicks, however, are legal. A dropkick happens when a player drops the ball in front of himself, as if he were preparing to punt, and kicks it after it bounces off the ground. Dropkicks used to be common in football, but they faded out of popularity once the ball became more pointed at the ends, to make it more aerodynamic for forward passes. The benefit of this play is that if the ball sails through the uprights from a dropkick, it counts as a score (either a field goal or an extra point, depending on the situation).
NO. For the player to be out he would have to have stepped off the bag and then would be in the field of play and therefore interferred with the ball.
Yes, a punter does.ANSWERThey can but rarely do. A punt is not a dropkick. A dropkick involves letting the ball hit the ground and kicking it on the bounce.
no it's just a touchback No. A field goal can only be scored from a placekick or dropkick. The ball has to have made contact with the ground before it was kicked.
It's legal for a player to run off the field if it happens in "the normal course of play," such as while trying to play a ball near the lines or retrieving the ball from out of play for a restart. If a player leaves the field without the referee's permission and not in the normal course of play, that player should be cautioned (yellow card).
A foul can only be committed by a player, against an opponent, on the field of play, and while the ball is in play. A substitute is not a player and cannot commit a foul.
Yes. As long as the field player is in possession range of the ball, the player can shield. However, if the player is not within possession range of the ball and tries to shield, he will be called for obstruction.
A player can pass the ball to a player located further down the court or he can run while dribbling the ball. A player cannot move his feet while holding the ball.
Knock On's (where you drop the ball in front of you), Offside (where your not behind the line or in front of a kicker) High tackle (tackling someone above their chest) Playing the ball after you get up from the floor Forward pass (when you pass, the player pass me behind you) Field goal (dropkick and the ball needs to be in between the two white sticks)
Goalkeepers can only kick the ball into the other goal box.
The accuracy of a female (or any other player) kicking a soccer ball from the end line to about midfield will vary. It will vary from kick to kick if the same player takes two consecutive kicks. It will vary from player to player. It will also be affected by the ball and the field conditions (and that includes weather).
If you are meaning in the goalie box, it is just the goalie. But if you are talking actually on the field where the players are, then there is no player.
This player is called the holder. The holder is usually the punter as well. In the old days, the quarterback was the holder.
If you get an assist in field hockey, that means that no player (besides the goal scorer) touched the ball after you get it and pass it to the scorer, finishing the ball. Here's the play-by-play: the ball is in your possession. You get rid of the ball and another player on your team gets it in the goal and scores.
The word "dribble" is used most commonly to describe a basketball player bouncing the ball. In addition to this, in football (soccer), the word "dribble" can describe how a player continuously taps the ball with their feet while running with it up the field.
For a right handed batter, the opposite field would be right field ... a right handed batter that hits the ball to right field is said to hit the ball to the opposite field. For a left handed batter, the opposite field would be left field.
It is called dribbling.
It is the position of the ball in relation to the foul line...NOT the player.
yes, its only football that you cant go out of bounds and touch the ball first.
As long as the player has control of the ball in either hand or glove and any part of the body touches the bag it is an out (only for a force out).
The kick which the goalie uses to move the ball up the field while in play is called a punt.The kick which the goalie uses to move the ball up the field while out of play is generally a goal kick, however a goalie may sometimes take a free-kick.
During active play any player may kick the ball while inside the goal area.