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How You Look at It — Part III
Make it routine
By Kent Holm
April 8th, 2013

Back in Part I, Kent hinted that one way to maintain your "focus" during a game was to establish a "routine." Here he expands on that topic.

Follow the usual procedure to go inside.

We are repeating Part III from last year.

READ THIS KENT HOLM PIECE FIRST!

 

How You Look at It — Part IV
Even more routine
By Kent Holm
April 8th, 2013

Last time out involved a lot of chatter about getting your "routine" down with the various "timing" rules/mechanics. Now let's shift to another routine, that being "counting." But we need to watch the clock first.

NO, FIRST READ PART III.

 

Calls in Dispute — Part XVIII
The "inadvertent" fumble
By Darin Hayes
April 5th, 2013

Darin writes:

All right, I know by now you are looking at the title to this article and are saying, "Darin has really flipped his lid because it is redundant for him to say a fumble is inadvertent!"
 
Well, on the outside of this article I would agree with you, but come on inside Officiating.com and read this piece: The title becomes more relevant than you might have thought. 
The Strangest Game I've Ever Called
Penalties, and more penalties, and ...
By Kent Holm
April 1st, 2013

A penalty on every other play, or so it seemed. A seldom seen penalty. An official working his first game as a white hat, argumentative coaches, sloppy play on both sides, and ... oh, yeah, did I mention we almost ran out of daylight?
Calls in Dispute — Part XVI
The "lost down" debate
By Darin Hayes
March 29th, 2013

So far in this series on disputed calls in football history, we have seen how careless counting errors by officials have an effect on close games. We have seen players not counted properly, and a team getting an extra down. This issue of "Calls" looks at a game where a team wasn't given enough downs, in a play remembered simply as "the Lost Down."

Please join writer Darin Hayes as he takes a trip down  the NFL's memory lane.

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