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London player Fuller given 2 minutes for being ineligible. Please explain

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(c) MINIMUM PENALTY FOR USING INELIGIBLE PLAYER. In the event an ineligible contestant is used in any UIL game or contest, knowingly or unknowingly, the minimum penalty shall be forfeiture of the game, contest or event. Refer to Section 27 (c)(3).
Related Definitions

Ineligible Player means a player who is unregistered, suspended, is in breach of the FSC Disciplinary and Disputes Regulations re being expelled from a match (sent off) or accumulation of cautions or, is in breach of these Regulations (e.g. borrowing).

Substitution Procedure

A player who has been replaced may return to the pitch as a substitute for another player. Substitutions should take place when there is a break in play or during play if the second official is involved in refereeing the game. This will be determined by the Competition Rules.

The substitution is completed when a substitute enters the field of play; from that moment, the replaced player becomes a substituted player and the substitute becomes a player and can take any restart. All substituted players and substitutes are subject to the referee`s authority whether they play or not.
An ineligible player downfield pass penalty is assessed when an ineligible receiver is more than one yard downfield from the line of scrimmage when the ball is thrown. Ineligible downfield pass penalties result in a five yard penalty on the offense, who is required to replay the down.
In gridiron football, an ineligible receiver downfield, or an ineligible man downfield, is a penalty called against the offensive team when a forward pass is thrown while a player who is ineligible to receive a pass is beyond the line of scrimmage without blocking an opponent at the time of the pass.
The entire scenario stems from what was referred to as `poor academic advice and compliance,` which resulted in some 26 players being ruled ineligible to play against the Tar Heels.
Player Eligibility

To be eligible for the draft, players must have been out of high school for at least three years and must have used up their college eligibility before the start of the next college football season.

Even if a substitution opportunity arises because of caution, disqualification or injury, the substitute may not take the penalty kick. Under the laws of the game, there are no such restrictions. (Note: some youth leagues modify rules regarding when a substitution may occur.) Any player may take the penalty kick.
According to the Laws of the Game, “the number of substitutes, up to a maximum of five, which may be used in any match played in an official competition will be determined by FIFA, the confederation or the national football association.” Also: In national A team matches, up to a maximum of six substitutes may be used.
If a player feels he is not injured and is fully competent to continue the game, he may refuse substitution. But, he is to communicate effectively with the coach explaining how he feels, saying he is not exhausted, and explaining how to fit he is to continue.
Each team may have additional players (substitutes) that can be interchanged an unlimited number of times. If a player accumulates 5 personal fouls in one game they can take no further part in the game. Similarly, players can be sent off (for example when they receive two technical fouls).
A receiver loses his eligibility by leaving the field of play unless he was forced out by a defensive player and immediately attempts to get back inbounds (Rule 7-3-4). All players on the field become eligible as soon as the ball is touched by a defensive player or an official during play (Rule 7-3-5).
An ineligible downfield kick penalty is issued when a member of the kicking team, other than the gunners, crosses the line of scrimmage before a punt or kick is made. It results in a 5 yard penalty.
If a receiver is covering up a tight end and the tight end goes down field, the tight end is an ineligible receiver. Any offensive lineman that goes downfield is an ineligible receiver that has not declared themselves eligible to the referee.
Eligible vs.

The eligible receivers are the faster players who can run downfield to catch the ball. These positions include tight ends, running backs, fullbacks, and quarterbacks. Ineligible receivers are the offensive players who line up at the line of scrimmage between the two end players.

Teams cannot send a player to take a second penalty during a shootout until all of their players on the pitch, including the goalkeeper, have taken at least one kick. Penalty shootouts are considered separate to match results and are used only to determine which team progresses in the competition.
When you`re eligible for something — like a contest — you are allowed to enter. Being ineligible is the opposite; it means that you can`t enter or participate in something. After a certain age, children are ineligible for playing Little League baseball.
A receiver loses his eligibility by leaving the field of play unless he was forced out by a defensive player and immediately attempts to get back inbounds (Rule 7-3-4). All players on the field become eligible as soon as the ball is touched by a defensive player or an official during play (Rule 7-3-5).
A player placed on Injured Reserve is ineligible to compete in NHL games for a period of not less than seven days. Players on Injured Reserve may attend Club meetings and meals, travel with the Club and participate in practice sessions.

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2006 Arctic Cat ATV dies after about 15 minutes of riding
ANSWER : It Sounds like your Stator is going bad.
I would have it checked/Diagnosed by a Local Shop.

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CRIBBAGE: 4 players, 1st plays a king, 2nd plays a 2, 3rd plays a 3,(for 15 two) 4th plays a 4 (for 3), next plays a 5 (for 4) next plays an ace (for 5) next plays a 2 (for 5) is that correct or doesn’t the last 2 get included in the run?
ANSWER : Rule 7.2. Scoring
a. Points are earned during the play of the cards for the following single-card or combination of consecutive cards played. The player playing the last card that forms a combination earns the points (see scoring chart in Rule 1.7):

three of a kind
four of a kind
straights of three or more cards in any sequence
a cumulative count of 15
the last card before player calls “go” (i.e., cannot play a card that would not make the count exceed 31)
a cumulative count of 31
the final card played, not making a cumulative count of 31

Here is the scoring chart:

Rule 1.7. Scoring Chart

Points Earned

During Play
Hand or Crib

Jack turned by dealer as starter card

Jack in hand or crib of same suit as starter card



• Two of a kind (pair)

• Three of a kind (triple)

• Four of a kind (quadruple)

• Straights of three or more cards: per card

• 15-count (sum of any combination of cards)


• Four-card flush (only in the hand)


• Five-card flush


Reaching a 15-count exactly

*Reaching 31-count exactly

*”Go” (without reaching 31-count)

*Final card played (without reaching 31-count)

* Only one of these scores can be earned with the play of a single card.

Note the * in the chart and this comment:

* Only one of these scores can be earned with the play of a single card.

i.e you either count the run or the 31

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AB LOUNGE 2….I need the 2 bars that hold the front part of the legs to the back part of the legs of the ab lounger together. How can I obtain these 2 parts? Please does anyone know?????
ANSWER : Fitness Quest Customer Support: 800-321-9236 Good luck.

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I have had two small Coleman ‘Frontier PZ’ propane lanterns for a number of years with no problems. Last year one of them started shutting down for no apparent reason – it would light normally, burn for 4 – 5 minutes and then go out. This summer the second lantern has started doing the same thing. Changing gas cylinders seems to have no effect, nor does a new mantle fix the problem. It’s hard to be certain but as I can’t hear any gas hissing it’s as if the jet gets blocked after a few minutes alight. Turn off the gas, leave the lantern alone for a while and it will relight ok, though it will still only burn for a few minutes before going out again. Any ideas?
ANSWER : There is something in the jets or the piping to the mantels, you my find spider webing there, if you did no cap the port where the tank goes some small friends might have wanted to go camping with you.

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ANSWER : I would recheck wiring at stator.

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Engine runs rough when we throttle up
ANSWER : Sounds like a spark plug issue. If the spark plug is not torqued after a good number of months it can seep at high rev sustained pressure. Otherwise I would look at the spark compensator or possibly the float.

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I need a manual for bounty hunter quick draw 2 metal dector
ANSWER : You can download the full users manual at
here is the link to your quick draw II detector:
If you want to purchase a hard copy of the manual look on eBay under Bounty Hunter Manual cost is around $6.

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