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THE OFFICIAL SITE OF RRQB TRAINING SELECT 7 ON 7 FOOTBALL
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A. Field Length--45 yards long B. Field Width--160 feet (60 feet to hash mark, 40 feet between)
C. End Zone--10 yards deep
Starting the game
A. A central time keeper will be designated. All games will begin and end on this persons instructions. He will also announce the time remaining at the 10, 5, and 2 minute mark. B. Visitors will have first possession C. No team will be allowed to participate without shirts. D. Visitors will always align their team on the right sideline facing the end zone. E. Ball is always placed on the right hash mark when at the 45 yard line. F. Referee will announce/post score before each offensive possession begins.
Moving the ball
A. Offensive Plays Must All Be Passes! (No Kicking/Punting) B. Field is marked at 15 yard intervals with cones. (3 first downs without a penalty would result in a touchdown) C. Possession always begins at the 45 yard line at the right hash mark. Hash mark placement of the ball must be enforced by officials, in accordance with NCAA rules, once the ball has been advanced. D. No penalty will be assessed in excess of the 45 yd line. On an unsuccessful or successful offensive play from the 45 yard line resulting in an offensive penalty: The ball will be returned to the 45 yard line and 1st down will become 2nd down; 2nd down will become 3rd down; and 3rd down will result in a turnover. E. Offenses always move in the same direction F. All passes must be forward. A pass caught behind the line of scrimmage must be a forward pass. G. Once a forward pass has been thrown, a backward pass (lateral) is allowed. H. Should a swing pass not cross the LOS and before the 4 second count has expired, a defensive player tags the ball carrier behind the 45 yard line, it is a safety
A. No blocking. B. Receiver/Ball carrier is legally down when touched with one or both hands. (Excessive force by shoving, pushing, or striking a blow will be penalized by automatic first down and 5 yards. Expulsion of a player(s) if ruled unsportsmanlike & flagrant). C. Fumbles are dead balls at the spot with the last team retaining possession. A muffed snap is not a fumble/dead ball. The 4.0 second count remains in effect on snaps. D. Two delay of game penalties in the same possession results in a turnover. A delay of game penalty on the extra point try results in a turnover. E. The QB is allowed 4.0 seconds to throw the ball. The Official timekeeper starts a stopwatch on the snap of the ball from center and stops the watch as soon as the QB releases the ball. 1. If release is under 4.0 seconds, the play goes on. 2. If the timekeeper sees that the clock has exceeded 4.0 seconds, he waits until the play is over (the play is not blown dead), then brings the ball back to the original line of scrimmage with loss of down. (The timekeeper will be an official or coach from a team that is not playing) 3. All penalties will be marked off on a 4 second count EXCEPT for pass interference. F. Defensive Pass Interference is the same as NCAA rules. (automatic 1st down & spot foul up to 15 yds) G. Responsibility to avoid contact is with the defense. There will be NO chucking. Deliberate bumping or grabbing. These actions will result in a “tack on” penalty at the end of the play (5 yard penalty) H. Offensive pass interference is the same as NCAA rules. (15 yard penalty) I. Interceptions may be returned (“no blocking” rule applies). If an interception is returned beyond the 45 yard line (the offensive origination point) it is a touchdown and point after attempt should ensue. The teammates of the person who intercepted the ball may trail the runner so as to be in position to take a backwards pass. They may not block for or screen for the runner. J. Offensive team is responsible for retrieving and returning the ball to the previous spot or the new scrimmage spot in a timely fashion. Failure to do so can result in a delay of game penalty. K. The offensive center is not an eligible receiver (teams must have a center). The ball must be snapped from the ground between the snapper’s legs or on one knee. L. The center will be responsible for setting or re-positioning the Referee’s cone at the line of scrimmage. On change of possession, the team moving to offense will ensure the cone gets to the new scrimmage line. (centers on both teams responsible). M. No taunting or “trash talking”. (5 yard penalty & expulsion if flagrant). N. The offense must gain at least 15 yards in the first 3 or less plays or the defense takes over. (There is no kicking). Four down territory occurs only after offense proceeds to or inside the 15 yard line cone (third quadrant). O. Fighting: the player(s) involved will be ejected from the game and tournament. If a team fight occurs, the teams involved will be ejected from the tournament and denied participation in any/all state qualifying tournaments! They will also be disqualified from participating in the state tournament. P. Any dead ball foul on a play that results in the defense getting the ball and it is unable to be penalized back to the 50 yard line will result in a loss of down penalty. The defense, now the offense, would be starting play with 2nd down. Q. There will be an area referred to as the tackle box that extends 3 yards on both sides of the center and extending 3 yards deep into the backfield. No eligible receiver may align within the tackle box
A. 6 points for TD B. FREE 1 point, 2 point PAT from 10 yard line. C. 2 points if a team returns a PAT back across the 45. D. Official score is kept by field referee and game manager.
A. Each team will get one play from the 45 yard line. The team to get the farthest wins the game.
Tournament Championship Additional Game
A. In the event that the team from the loser's bracket defeats the team from winner's bracket in the initial championship game, a second shortened game ranging from 3-10 minutes will be played to determine the overall champion. Each team must get at least one possession and the team from the winner's bracket will get the ball first.
A. 20-30 minute games (continuous clock) B. No time outs. (Exception: Injuries. Both games on the Field will halt until player(s) can be removed as soon as safety dictates).
No high school coach may serve as a coach or stand with the team on the sideline. B. Each team must have a coach accompany it to any/all events to serve as a team administrator for their particular team(s). This individual is responsible for the action of the team.
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*ALL GAMES WILL BE PLAYED ON THE MAIN TURF FIELD
*GAME TIMES ARE SIMPLY APPROXIMATIONS AND MAY BE EXTENDED OR SHORTENED DEPENDING ON GAME FLOW
* TEAM LISTED 1ST ON SCHEDULE WILL BE VISITORS
*"RIGHT" REFERS TO THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE FIELD FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE
*"LEFT" REFERS TO LEFT SIDE OF THE FIELD FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE
*TEAMS MUST MEET ON THE SIDELINE AT THE 50 YARD LINE NEAREST TO THE STANDS 5 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE START OF THEIR GAME TO ENSURE PROMPT START TIMES
*NO SUNFLOWER SEEDS, CANDY, GUM, SOFT DRINKS ETC. WILL BE ALLOWED AT FACILITY
*FAMILY BATHROOM ACCESS WILL BE ON THE SIDE OF THE SCHOOL BUILDING
*NO PARENTS OR FANS ON THE TURF. ALL CHAIRS MUST BE ON THE TRACK.
Over the past 6 years, it has been evident that our RRQB TrainingQB's who consistently compete in our Select 7 on 7 Leagues and Tournaments end up being the most productive QB's at the varsity level. Cade Schrader (Keller Timber Creek HS) is currently the leading 6A passer in DFW with over 3,161yards, 28 TD's, 2 Interceptions and he has consistently competed in our select leagues over the past few years. GrapevineQB Alan Bowman is also near the top of the state in 5A this seasonand last season he had 3,050 Yards Passing, 41 TD's, and only 5 INT's. Also last season, Kane Hardin from Irving McArthur was near the top in 6A with 2,668 Yards Passing, 32 TD's, 10 INT! We truly believe that their consistent participation in our Select 7 on 7 Tournaments and Leagues has made a huge impact in all of our Top QB's performances on the field. As our QB's compete in our 7 on 7 Tournaments and Leagues, it allows us to closely monitor their ability to go through reads and make tight throws in pressure situations which allows us to better evaluate them so that we can structure their private lessons and competition sessions in a way that will directly target their specific needs.
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ADVOCARE 7 ON 7 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 TOURNAMENT IS SUNDAY JULY 30TH!
*CALL OR TEXT 817.343.4912 FOR DETAILS!
Below is our upcoming 7 on 7 Calendar with details. Feel free to call or text us @ 817.343.4912 if you have any questions or concerns:
ADVOCARE 7 ON 7 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
Sunday July 30th
Burleson High School
2nd-3rd; 4th-5th; 6th-7th; 8th-9th; HS
*call/text 817.343.4912 for team fees and pricing information
Here are some further details:
1) All games are between 1pm-6pm on Sunday's on specified turf fields in the DFW metroplex.
2) Games will range between 20-30 minutes depending on number of teams and each team will play between 2-3 games each week and up to 5 games in the tournaments.