A spot foul is a penalty behind the dead ball spot which results in the penalty being measured from the spot of the foul. When a quarterback grounds a pass while in the endzone the spot of the foul is in the endzone and results in a safety. In high school holding behind the line of scrimmage is measured from the spot of the foul as long as the run ends beyond the spot of the foul.
The "all but one" principle is not actually a rule, but rather a guideline for officials in determining where the ball should be spotted following an offensive foul. The principle states that all fouls are penalized from the basic spot EXPECT a foul by the offense that occurs behind the basic spot.First, to clarify what the "basic spot" is:If the foul is prior to the snap or during a loose ball, the basic spot is the previous spot.If the foul occurs during a run, the basic spot is the end of the run.On a dead ball foul or a touchback, the basic spot is the succeeding spot.The principle states that a team should be awarded only the distance that would have been gained without the assistance of a foul. Therefore, an offensive foul behind the basic spot is the ONLY type of foul that is penalized from the spot of the foul. All others are penalized from the basic spot (i.e., "all but one.")
10 yards from the spot of the foul
No. At one time, the college rule was a spot foul and the NFL rule was a 15-yard penalty. It is now the other way around.
There are four spots from which fouls are administered. The preceding spot which is where the ball was snapped from . The succeeding spot which is where the ball will next be snapped and the spot of the foul and theend of the run. All fouls committed by the offense behind the basic spot which is the end of the run of on running plays and the previous spot for loose ball plays like legal forward passes and kicks are measured from the spot of the foul. For instance if ah offensive lineman holds one yard beyond the line of scrimmage on a pass playand the play advances the ball beyond that spot the foul will be measured from the spot of the foul. Penalty measurement also has many special rules for special situations but these are too complicated for this discussion.
Substitute plays in his spot.
No he will have to point the player and the spot.
The longest penalty in an NFL game is undefined. A defensive pass interference penalty is assessed from the line of scrimmage to the spot of the foul. If the spot of the foul is 30 yards beyond the line of scrimmage, the penalty is 30 yards. If the spot of the foul is 18 yards past the line of scrimmage, the penalty is 18 yards. If the spot of the foul is 9 yards past the line of scrimmage, the penalty is 9 yards. A defensive pass interference penalty is the only penalty that can be longer than 15 yards.
If the defending team commits a foul inside their box then it is deemed a penalty.
A jump is measured from the foul line to the first spot where the athlete touched in the sand pit.
On a USBC regulation lane it's Sixty feet (60') +/- 1/2" from the foul line to the center of pin spot. The foul line is 3/8" to 1" wide and the approach is 15' minimum.