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    I think you will enjoy this





    Picture from Alvin, Todd, Bret, and Coach Chiziks trip to the Big 12 media day.

    I love this picture, Chizik has really bonded with these guys and i think this really shows what kind of guy he is



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Where's Todd? Is he the one taking the picture?


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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    you guessed it



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    That's a good pic. Gotta love the fact these guys like Gene.



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Old Gene looks like he could strap it up and go!!



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Here is free transcript from Scout:

    Scout.com: Gene Chizik Transcript


    Big 12 MEDIA DAYS AUDIO:

    Big 12 Conference - Official Athletic Site



    2007 Rule Changes:

    NCAA Football Rules Committee
    2007 Rules Changes

    Rule 3-1-1
    The coin toss begins when the field captains leave the nine-yard marks and ends when the captains return to the nine-yard marks.
    Rationale: This change clarifies when the coin toss begins and ends and avoids unnecessary confrontations between teams.
    Rule 3-2-2-h
    Following television timeouts, the ready for play period will, with the teams on the field, be 15 seconds. Exception: Free kicks.
    Rationale: This change will eliminate some dead time during televised games and encourage teams to be on the field ready for play. The committee estimates about three minutes of time savings.
    Rule 3-2-2-i.
    This proposal alters the inadvertent whistle rule to read: “(i). If an inadvertent whistle occurs on a play and the down is replayed under the provisions of Rule 4-1-2-b, then the time and status of the game clock and play clock shall be reset to their position prior to the play in which the inadvertent whistle occurs. If necessary, instant replay can be consulted to determine the exact time and status of the game clock and the play clock.”
    Rationale: This allows an official to add lost clock time in the rare case where an inadvertent whistle is blown.
    Rule 3-2-5
    When the ball is free-kicked, the game clock shall be started when the ball is legally touched in the field of play or crosses the goal line after being touched legally by Team B in its end zone and subsequently stopped when the ball is dead by rule.
    Rationale: This reverts to the 2005 rule. The 2006 rule, which started the clock when the ball was kicked, created some difficult situations at the end of the half and game and the rule overall did not achieve its intended effect.
    Rule 3-2-5-e
    When Team B is awarded a first down, the game clock is stopped and starts on the snap.
    Rationale: This reverts back to the 2005 rule. This rule change last year was a large part of changes that eliminated about 16 plays from the game and cut about 15 minutes of elapsed time off of the game. The committee believes the elimination of participation opportunities for student-athletes is too much and addressed the overall length of game issues in other ways.
    Rule 3-3-7-a
    A team timeout is 30 seconds plus the 25-second play clock interval. This provision will only apply to televised games. Conference television contracts will supersede this rule. (For example, if a team calls a timeout and a conference television agreement allows for a television timeout to be used, this timeout extends to a full media timeout. The television partners – through normal protocols – make the decision through their timeout coordinator when the ball should be whistled ready for play.)
    Rationale: This change eliminates 30 seconds from team timeouts. The committee believes many timeouts are called to simply stop the clock (or when a team has formation, substitution or play clock problems). This reduction in time will save about three to six minutes, depending on how many timeouts are used during the game.
    Rule 3-4-2-a (Possible Implementation in 2008)
    Consuming more than 40 seconds to put the ball in play after declared ready for play is an illegal delay. When the play is completed, the 40 second clock will start. The administrative duties listed below would continue to use the 25 second play clock.
    Exceptions (administrative duties): Free kick.
    Measurements
    Fumbles.
    Penalties.
    Touchbacks.
    Injury timeouts.
    Live ball out of bounds.
    Team B awarded a first down.
    Team timeouts.
    Try.
    Rationale: This possible change is being raised now to alert conferences and teams to the change in how the ball will be marked ready for play. The AFCA is in strong support of this system of play clock management and believes it will bring more consistency to the pace of play. The rules committee has been asked by the Playing Rules Oversight Panel to collect information throughout this season to determine the effect of this possible change.
    Rule 6-1-1
    Unless relocated by penalty, the kicking team’s restraining line on kickoffs shall be the 30-yard line.
    Rationale: This change will create more kickoff returns and therefore create more action. This change will save about one minute of playing time and eliminate a play with no action (touchbacks).
    Rule 6-1-2
    Insertion following the second sentence in the rules regarding kickoffs:
    “…between the inbounds lines. The referee shall declare the ball ready for play when the kicker receives the ball from the official. After the ball is ready …”
    Rationale: This change will eliminate some down time when the kicker receives the ball. When the kicker receives the ball, the kicker will have 25 seconds to kick. This will save about two minutes of elapsed time in the game.
    Rule 6-2-1-Penalty
    Penalty for a free kick out of bounds altered to be five yards from the previous spot or the receiving team awarded the ball 35 yards beyond Team A’s restraining line.
    Rationale: This change is in relation to the kickoff spot being moved to the 30-yard line. The committee decided that the penalty for a kickoff out of bounds should remain at the 35-yard line (or 35 yards from the spot it was kicked). Teams also have the option of moving the kicking team back five yards and kicking again.
    Rules 7-1-3, 7-1-4, 9-1-2, 9-3-3-a
    Team A fouls added to administration of all kicks at the previous spot or succeeding spot.
    Rationale: This change allows penalties to be assessed on the kicking team at the end of the run, if the receiving team chooses. This change is estimated to save about two minutes of elapsed time, depending on how many times this change occurs in a game.
    Rule 9-3-5-b-3
    Defensive players may not “be picked up by a teammate or elevated, propelled or pushed.”
    Rationale: This change is intended to address blocks on extra points and field goals where linemen are pushed from behind by other players, creating a dangerous situation for the kicking team’s blocking linemen. This type of blocking scheme is becoming more prevalent and the committee believes it creates a significant safety risk.
    Rule 12-3-1
    Egregious fouls added to reviewable instant replays:
    Five or three downs, which must be corrected within that series of downs.
    Tackle or interference from bench that goes undetected on the field.
    Kick caught or muffed.
    Rationale: These changes allow video replay to correct errors otherwise not allowed by rule, but obvious and correctable. Rationale: Clarity.


    Last edited by Wesley; 07-25-2007 at 08:03 PM.
    CFH HMagic bball season next year.
    Let my Fred's Four Horsemen ride: Georges, Hogue, Nader, and McKay.

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    Replay Guide:

    Instant Replay Guide

    All Division I-A conferences have requested a uniform system of replay to be included in the rules book. As this is permissive, not mandated, the rule would allow for growth without forcing all institutions and conferences to use video review. The committee notes that overall game times increased by two minutes in Division I-A, with several conferences that used replay reporting shorter game times.
    Section 1. Definition
    Definition
    Article 1. Instant Reply is a system utilizing electronic means to review and assist game officials with certain on-field decisions as listed in Section 3.
    Section 2. Eligibility for Instant Replay
    Participation
    Article 1. a. Any member institution may use instant replay. This rule is permissive, not a requirement. If instant replay is used, it must be used in full compliance with this rule.
    b. For any non-conference game, if the home team is using instant replay, the visiting team does not have the option of declining its use for that game. If the home team is not using instant replay, the visiting team does not have the option of requesting that it be used in that game.
    Section 3. Reviewable Plays
    Side Line, Goal Line, End Line
    Article 1. Reviewable plays governed by a sideline, goal line or an end line include:
    a. Scoring plays, including a runner in possession of a live ball breaking the plane of a goal line.
    b. A pass ruled complete, incomplete or intercepted at a side line, goal line or an end line.
    c. A runner or pass receiver ruled in or out of bounds.
    d. Recovery of a loose ball in or out of bounds in the field of play or an end zone.
    Passes
    Article 2. Reviewable plays involving passes include:
    a. A pass ruled complete, incomplete or intercepted anywhere in the field of play or an end zone.
    b. A legal forward pass touched by an ineligible receiver.
    c. A legal forward pass touched by a defensive player.
    d. A fumble ruled on the part of a potential passer. (Note: If the on-field ruling is forward pass and the pass is incomplete, the play is not reviewable).
    e. A forward pass or forward handing ruled when a runner is beyond the line of scrimmage.
    f. A forward pass or forward handing ruled after a change of possession.
    g. A pass ruled forward or backward when thrown from behind the line of scrimmage. (Exception: If the pass is ruled forward and is incomplete, the play is not reviewable).
    Miscellaneous
    Article 3. Miscellaneous reviewable plays include:
    a. A runner judged to have been not down by rule. (Note: If a runner is ruled down, the play is not reviewable).
    b. A runner’s forward progress with respect to a first down.
    c. Touching of any type kick by any player.
    d. The number of players participating by either team during a live ball.
    e. A scrimmage kicker beyond the line of scrimmage when the ball is kicked.
    f. Clock adjustment when a ruling on the field is reversed.
    g. A fumble recovery by a Team A player during fourth down or a try and before any change of possession.
    Plays Not Reviewable
    Article 4. No other plays or officiating decisions are reviewable. Section 4. Instant Replay Personnel, Equipment and Location
    Personnel
    Article 1. Instant replay personnel shall consist of the number of persons needed to operate the replay equipment within the necessary time constraints. A minimum of three persons shall be utilized to insure that all plays are reviewed in an efficient and a timely manner. Such persons are normally referred to as replay official, communicator and technician. Additional persons may be used as needed.
    Equipment
    Article 2. The type of equipment used to carry out necessary instant replay duties shall be determined by each conference or member institution utilizing instant replay.
    Location
    Article 3. a. All equipment used in making a decision during the replay process and the personnel using that equipment shall be located in a separate, secure location in the press box. This room shall not be available or accessible to any person not directly involved in instant replay.
    b. Additional telephonic equipment needed to allow instant replay personnel to communicate with the game referee when a game has been stopped for a play review shall be located on a side line near the field of play and preferably outside a team area. Such equipment shall provide the game referee and the replay official a secure and private means of communication.
    Section 5. Initiating the Replay Process
    Game Stop
    Article 1. There are two methods to stop a game to review a ruling on the field.
    a. The replay official and the crew shall review every play of a game. The replay official may stop a game at any time before the ball is next put in play whenever:
    1. There is reasonable evidence to believe an error was made in the initial on-field ruling.
    2. The play is reviewable.
    3. Any reversal of an on-field ruling, which would result from indisputable video evidence, would have a direct, competitive impact on the game.
    1. b. The head coach of either team may request that the game be stopped and a play be reviews by challenging the on-field ruling one time during a game.
    2. A coach initiates this challenge by taking a team time out before the ball is next put in play and informing the referee that the coach is challenging the ruling of the previous play.
    3. After a review has been completed, if the on-field ruling is reversed, that team’s time out will not be charged.
    4. After a review has been completed and the on-field ruling is not reversed, the charged team time out counts as one of the three permitted that team for that half.
    5. A head coach may not challenge a ruling in which the game was stopped and a decision has already been made by the replay official.
    6. If a head coach requests a team time out to challenge an on-field ruling and the play being challenged is not reviewable, the time out shall count as one of the three permitted the team during that half of the game.
    7. A head coach may not challenge an on-field ruling if all the team’s timeouts have been used for that half. If all team timeouts have been used and a head coach signals for, and is granted, a time out, a delay penalty will be assessed.
    8. Each head coach shall be permitted one challenge per game.
    When to Stop a Game
    Article 2. a. A game may be stopped, either by the instant replay official or by a head coach’s challenge at any time before the ball is next put in play.
    b. No game official may request that a game be stopped and a play be reviewed.
    Section 6. Reviewing an On-field Ruling
    Procedures
    Article 1. a. When a game is to be stopped either by the replay official or by a head coach’s challenge, the designated officials on the field will be notified by a buzzer system or other appropriate means.
    b. The referee shall announce that the ruling on the field is being reviewed. If the game has been stopped due to a head coach’s challenge, the referee will so indicate in the announcement.
    c. All reviews shall be based upon video evidence provided by and coming directly from the televised production of the game. If there is no television available, all video pictures shall come from the in-stadium video board production.
    d. After the referee has conferred with the replay official and the review process has been completed, the referee shall make one of the following announcements:
    1. If the video evidence confirms the on-field ruling:
      “After review, the ruling on the field is confirmed.”
    2. If there is no indisputable (conclusive) evidence to reverse the on-field ruling:
      “After review, there is no conclusive video evidence to change the ruling on the field. Therefore, the ruling stands.”
    3. If the on-field ruling is reversed:
      “After review, there is indisputable (conclusive) video evidence that . . . [followed by a brief description of the video evidence]. Therefore, . . . [followed by a brief description of what the reversal means].
    e.If a ruling is reversed, the replay official shall supply the referee with all pertinent data as needed (next down, distance, yard line, position of the ball, clock status/adjustment) in order to resume play under the correct game conditions.

    Time Restrictions
    Article 2. a. Although each head coach is limited to one challenge per game, there is no restriction on the number of times the replay official may stop a game to review an on-field ruling.
    b. If the game is stopped to review a play, there is no time limit for the review process.
    Section 7. Reversing an On-Field Ruling
    Criterion for Reversal
    Article 1. In order to reverse an on-field ruling, the replay official must see indisputable video evidence through one or more video replays provided to the monitor.


    CFH HMagic bball season next year.
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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Firewall has blocked the image, anyone care to send it by email?


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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Thanks for sharing the new rules!



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Thanks for the link.

    Wesley thanks for the rule changes, but I think you should set-up a new thread so people can see it and make comments on the changes. There are more changes than I expected.



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    Coach Chiz is rockin the cell phone on the belt. LOL.



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    I wish we had Alvin Bowen for the next 10 years.



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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    33, I hope you don't mind my putting this here, but I was looking through some old stuff of mine and came across this. It is the coin toss at the 1981 ISU-IA game. 99 is Marc Butts from Des Moines and Gales was the Iowa QB. Marc was a defensive tackle, and the other tackle was Shamus McDonough, who I am wondering if he is some relation to our new recruit. I didn't want to start a new thread just for this.




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    Re: I think you will enjoy this

    ofcourse i dont mind Wes, you are my main picture man. I dont know if there is any relation, i could look into it however



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    Gotta love old school Cy! Great picture!


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