Here are the presentations and quiz for the week three of Rule Difference Classes
There is a correction to #17 on this year’s test. The A & B player designations were backward. It has been corrected on the Google Form and in the PDF. Please re-download the PDF to see the correct wording.
Here’s a link to the original post:
Members may access the 2018 EMAIFO Member’s Test by clicking on this link:
The questions should be answered based on the 2018 Rules.
2018 NCAA Rules with MIAA exceptions. You can click on this link to access the rulebook in PDF format.
2018 Rule Changes. This link contains the text of the rule change presentation from the June meeting.
The due date for the test is August 23, 2018. You are encouraged to work in study groups.
To submit your answers, please click on the Link Above and submit them through the form at the link. It is like taking an online Survey, you will be asked to Type your name and email address, then you can click your answer selection for each of the 25 questions and finally click Submit. Note: Some workplaces have Google Forms blocked, if this is the case at your business or you are having trouble accessing the form at work, try accessing the form at home before sending the Webmaster an email.
If you find difficulty with the answer form, you may submit your answers via email to the Secretary or on paper.
Below is a link to the new 2017 Mechanics Manual, all changes are highlighted in gray shading.
New: Pace of Play and Substitution Procedures section
Modified: There are changes/clarifications in the Try and Field Goal section and the Scrimmage Kick section.
Gregg Camara has sent along some play situations to be considered during his Rule 10 presentation tomorrow night.
Please take a look at them prior to the meeting.
Here are the answers to the 2016 Member’s Test:
The Rule 3 presentation document has been posted on the 2016 MIAA/NCAA Football Rules page.. The Answer Key to the questions is in a separate document.
The first Rules Interpretations Bulletin has been posted.
Note: #4 designates both teams in a tie game as the team ahead in the score for the purpose of invoking 3-4-3 in the last two minutes of the half.
#11 can be disregarded for MIAA games
#13 & #14 Will be superseded by MIAA rules regarding further suspension.
In preparation for the Rule 10 presentation, Gregg Camara wants you to look at these questions related to penalty enforcement