where the ball is at the end of the previous play. if they ran to the right the ball goes on the right hash, if they run to the left then it goes on the left hash and if the run in the middle it goes in the middle.
The force of gravity pulls it back down to Earth.
a ball of cause
A fumble is down when the recovering player is down or when the ball goes out of bounds...so yes, if the ball is fumbled forward and recovered by the offense, or goes out of bounds, past the first down marker, it is a first down. The exception is on fourth down. In the NFL, only the player who fumbled the ball can advance it on fourth down.
The position of the ball determines the spot.
Gravity pulls it down.
In cases of equal possession the ball goes to the offense.
to keep from a concusion
rubber bouncy ball? -TmB
Two come to mind, the ball slows down as it goes further down the alley. as the ball spins, the friction generated causes the ball to curve.
basically - a team will carry the rugby ball, passing backwards or kicking the ball forward to reach the opposing teams goal line. The ball will then require grounding by placing the hand of the attacking player on the ball as it touches or goes over the in goal area.
ITS A BALL, RIGHT!?! NO a sprout in a lift
Yes. Placement is always determined by where the ball is when the player goes down.