Course Content
Rule – 4 Ball in Play, Dead Ball, Out of Bounds
0/2
Rule 11 – The Officials: Jurisdiction and Duties
0/2
Appendix A Game-Official Guidelines for Serious On-Field Player Injuries
0/1
Appendix B Lightning Policy
0/1
Appendix C Concussions
0/1
Appendix D Field Diagrams
0/1
Appendix E Equipment: Additional Details
0/1
Appendix F – Official Football Signals
0/1
Appendix G Summary of Penalties
0/1
Appendix H Accommodations for Student-Athletes with Disabilities
0/1
Part II: Interpretations
0/1
Table of Contents for Approved Rulings
0/1
List of New and Modified Approved Rulings
0/1
NCAA Rules
About Lesson

Part I:

The Rules

 

NCAA Football Rules and Interpretations have been designated as either administrative rules or conduct rules. Typically, administrative rules are those dealing with preparation for the contest. Conduct rules are those that have to do directly with the playing of the contest. Some administrative rules (as indicated) may be altered by the mutual consent of the competing institutions. Others (as indicated) are unalterable. No conduct rule may be changed by mutual consent. All NCAA member institutions are required, as a condition of membership, to conduct their intercollegiate contests according to these rules.

In the NCAA Football Rules and Interpretations, administrative rules that may be altered by mutual consent of the institutions include:

1-1-4                                                     3-3-3-c and d

3-2-1-b                                                  11-2-1

3-2-2-a

Administrative rules that may not be altered include:

1-1-1-a

1-2-7-a, b, e and f

1-1-2

1-2-8-a-d

1-1-3-a and b

1-2-9-a and b

1-1-4

1-3-1

1-1-5

1-3-2-b, c, e and f

1-1-6

1-3-2-d Exception

1-1-7

1-4-3

1-2-1

1-4-7

1-2-1-a-d, h, k and l

1-4-9

1-2-2

1-4-12

1-2-3-a and b

3-2-4

1-2-4-a-e

3-3-3-e

1-2-5

11-1

1-2-6

11-2-2

Administrative rules that may be altered by game management without mutual consent include:

1-2-1-a Exception                                 1-2-7-c and d

1-2-1-e, f, g, i and j                                1-3-2-d 1-2-4-f

1-2-5-c Exception

All other rules are conduct rules and may not be altered.

 

FR-13

Join the conversation