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The modern-era two point conversion, by run or pass, started in 1958.

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When was 2-point conversion introduced to college football?

1958


Who scored the first 2 point conversion in college football?

Florida State 1958 when playing Tenn Tech in Tallahassee. They were the first game of the season after the rule change


Can you return a fumble on a two point conversion in college football?

Obviously its two points for the returning team.


What year was the 2 point conversion introduced into NFL football?

The NFL adopted the 2 point conversion in 1994.


How many points does a conversion score in football?

1 point


What does 2PC mean in fantasy football?

2 point conversion


Can you intercept a pass on a two point conversion?

Yes. In the NFL the play is over if you intercept it. In college football, you can return it the other way for two points.


Can a fumbled snap on an extra point conversion be run back by the defense for a touchdown?

In college football, yes, except it counts as a 2-point "defensive conversion," not a touchdown. In the NFL, no. As soon as the defense takes possession, the ball would be dead.


What is a conversion in football?

when you complete a series of downs to start another,for example,if it is 3rd down and 3 yards and you get it it is an conversion. A conversion can also mean a point after touchdown or a two point conversion after a touchdown.


In football when do you go for a two-point conversion based on the score?

Click on the Related Links below for the NFL 2 point conversion chart.


Before 1960 what could you not do with a football?

Attempt a two point conversion


Can the defense score on a two point conversion attempt?

Not in the NFL. Once the offense loses control of the ball -- with an incomplete pass, interception, or tackle -- the play is dead. In college and Canadian football, however, the defense can return the ball and score a 2-point defensive conversion.

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