UF at Sequoyah Park
Disc throws, routes and shenanigans
11 v 11 – shirts beat pennies 14-12
Prayers for Geppetto’s 5K, families in distress
Naked Man Moleskin:
Epic game, started off with the shirts leading 4-0, but the pennies came roaring back to take the lead. Westside earned the MVP, clutch in the end zone.
Had to do 10 burpees when “someone” threw the disc over the fence
PAX thought Madonna was the first on the playlist, thankfully it wasn’t. But Flock of Seagulls was…so…yeah
Have to work out the right penalty for pass interference in the endzone – this may help:
Typically an uncontested foul in the endzone results in possession for the fouled player at the endzone line (walk it back to the line and check it in). Here are the requirements for it to instead be awarded as a goal:
The offensive player must gain possession of the disc at some point. The fact that you would have caught it if you weren’t fouled is enough to get you possession back, but not enough to have it count as a score.
The foul must be uncontested (obviously). If it’s contested it goes back to the thrower.
The foul must have prevented the score. For example, if you get hit after you catch it and it causes you to drop it, or you get knocked to the ground and it causes you to drop it, it’s a score if you land in the endzone. Additionally, if you retain the catch (or even if you don’t) and the foul causes you not to land in the endzone, it’s a score.
To clarify that last point, if you catch the disc in the air and are then hit and you would have landed with a “first point of contact” entirely in the endzone but instead land out-of-bounds or even just out of the endzone, it’s considered a “force-out” foul, and if uncontested it counts as a score.