A wrist being down does not constitute a player being down. The rule stands the same in HS, college or NFL football.
no it is a knee that is considered a down.
when he is just laying therewhen he is just laying there
No ... if the shoulder, elbow, forearm, or wrist touch the ground the ball carrier is also considered down.
The NCAA college football playoffs will not start until January 1st, 2014. There are several college bowls and there has to be teams narrowed down to play in each bowl tournament.
If you count television, fans in the stands, and those in the infield: NASCAR HANDS DOWN!!
Ironically, time can slow a wrist watch.
No. Not in the NFL, only in college football
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Ohio state Definitely Ohio State hands down.
A wrist pin is a small pin that goes through the side of the piston to hold it to the top of the crankshaft rod. It is called a wrist pin because it allows the piston to move up and down, like moving your wrist up and down.
Yes, the ball is caught incomplete because he was down before he caught it.
for your wrist take a 3 pound weight and have your arm on the table but your wrist off and hold the weight and pull your wrist up and down. for the finger i have know clue