You're the Ref: 156 Scenarios to Test Your Football Knowledge
When you watch football games, do you feel as if you know as muchmaybe morethan the actual refs? Here's your chance to prove it, with Wayne Stewart s "You re the Ref."
"You re the Ref," first published in 2011 and now newly revised, is divided into five exciting sections covering all three phases of the gameoffense, defense, and special teams. From basic holding and pass interference calls to more complicated rules such as roughing the kicker, illegal touching and those governing fumbles, it examines just about every scenario that could unfold on a football field.
Most of the situations in this book come from real gamesmany that diehard fans will be sure to rememberso don your zebra stripes, grab your whistle, and take your position in the offensive backfield. After all, you're the ref!
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You're the Ref: 156 Scenarios To Test Your Football KnowledgeUser Review - John Maxymuk - Book Verdict
Stewart previously used this approach—an annotated rules quiz book—to explore baseball in You're the Umpire. Now he looks at the rules of pro and college football. The concept works better for ... Read full review
section one Answers
Fleet of foot the running game
Booting the ball the kicking game
Miscellaneous situations and trick plays
Things you may not have known about refs
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