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2015 and 2016 Men's Lacrosse Rules and Interpretations (Due late Fall 2014)
Men’s Lacrosse 2015 and 2016 Rules and Interpretations
 
2013-2014 and 2014-2015 Swimming and Diving Rules
 
2014 and 2015 Softball Rules
 
2014 and 2015 Women's Lacrosse Rules
 
2013-14 and 2014-15 Wrestling Rules
2013-2014 and 2014-2015 NCAA Wrestling Rules (2 Year Publication) — The NCAA produces rules of play for wrestling. Each book contains diagrams of playing areas, official signals, and official interpretations and rulings.
 
2014 and 2015 Soccer Rules
 
2014 and 2015 Skiing Rules
 
2013-14 and 2014-15 Women's Basketball Rules
 
2013 AND 2014 NCAA Football Rules and Interpretations
 
2012 AND 2013 NCAA Football Rules and Interpretations
This pdf includes the latest updates and information pertaining to Football Rules and Interpretations. Updated August 2012.
 
2013 and 2014 Men's Lacrosse Rules and Interpretations - UPDATED FEB. 2014
 
2012 Football Case Book (June 2012)
Purpose
Instant replay is a process whereby video review is used to confirm, reverse or let stand certain on-field decisions (Rule 12-3) made by game officials.

Philosophy
The instant replay process operates under the fundamental assumption that the ruling on the field is correct. The replay official may reverse a ruling if and only if the video evidence convinces him beyond all doubt that the ruling was incorrect. Without such indisputable video evidence, the replay official must allow the ruling to stand.
 
2011 NCAA Water Polo Rules and Interpretations (Two Year Publication)

Each book contains diagrams of playing area's, official signals, and official interpretations and rulings.

 
2011-2013 NCAA Wrestling Rules Book (2 Year Publication)
 
2011-2013 Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving Rules (2 Year Publication)
 
2012-2013 Women's Softball Rules (2 Year Publication)
 
2011-2013 NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Rules (2 Year Publication)
 
2012-2013 Women's Lacrosse Rule Book (2 Year Publication)
 
2011 Football Case Book (June 2011)
The instant replay process operates under the fundamental assumption that the ruling on the field is correct. The replay official may reverse a ruling if and only if the video evidence convinces him beyond all doubt that the ruling was incorrect. Without such indisputable video evidence, the replay official must allow the ruling to stand.
 
2011-2012 Football Rule Book (2 Year Publication)
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