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Coach Kyle
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I had an idea, and I put it to the test today. I told a 9 year old center to hold the ball like a sideways with two hands, both ends pointing to the sidelines, and the basketball chest pass the ball through his legs. He nailed a 5 yard snap perfectly the first time, and then he repeated it. I was stunned... I think I'm going to be using this approach this year. 

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gumby_in_co
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Not sure that's legal. 

7.1.2

"The snapper may lift the ball for lateral rotation but may not rotate end-for-end or change the location or fail to keep the long axis of the ball at right angles to the line of scrimmage."

When in doot . . . glass and oot.


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Bob Goodman
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Posted by: @gumby_in_co

Not sure that's legal. 

7.1.2

"The snapper may lift the ball for lateral rotation but may not rotate end-for-end or change the location or fail to keep the long axis of the ball at right angles to the line of scrimmage."

Some youth officials don't enforce this one.


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Coach Kyle
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Posted by: @gumby_in_co

Not sure that's legal. 

7.1.2

"The snapper may lift the ball for lateral rotation but may not rotate end-for-end or change the location or fail to keep the long axis of the ball at right angles to the line of scrimmage."

Well that's stupid. 

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