He can keep it for 3-5 seconds.
keep your musles flexible and keep your mind ahead of where are..............
its not how long you have to pump it, its how the ball bounces. its a good ball if you drop it from your head and it bounces at least to your hip
yes, as long as the ball does not hit the ground or other objects before the player has control of it and as long as any object that did touch the ball (the clothing) is in contact with the player, the catch is good, if the player demonstrates complete control of the ball.
Yes as long as the quarterback touches the ball.AnswerNo. The center must release the ball to an eligible player from the snap. If the QB touched the ball and gave it back to the center, that would be a forward handoff, which is illegal.
No. In 8 Ball, a player is not allowed to hit an opponent's ball with the cue ball first, however the player may hit his ball first, THEN into an opponent's ball, to sink the 8 ball, so long as the player calls that combination.
No a defensive player may not touch or line head up on a long snapper.
Yes, as long as the player is not considered tackled a defensive player may strip the ball from the ball carrier.
Professionally , 24 seconds before a holding penalty , and 30 seconds in College play.
At most, 45 minutes.
a minute or more
No. You can have one foot on the ground or no feet on the ground as long as the player has secured the ball. ie. A player can signal for a timeout in mid-air as long as he/she has secured the ball and signaled for the timeout before stepping out of bounds.
As long as it is a clean hit it is aloud
yes as long as he doesnt touch the ball when hes out of bounds
Yes. As long as the field player is in possession range of the ball, the player can shield. However, if the player is not within possession range of the ball and tries to shield, he will be called for obstruction.
Yes as long as the receiving player is in line or behind the carrying player
yes, you can hit the ball with any part of your body as long as your not holding it then throwing it or lifiting it up with your hands
As long as the player isn't touching the ball when he lands in the crease, it is normal play. It is a free throw for the opposition if the player is touching the ball when he lands in the crease
They can somewhat come in contact with the offensive player as long as they don't push the player off (using an elbow) or reach in front of her body, you must go for the ball not the player.
intil you see thats its all that color you want in your head i guess
you just answered your own question. as long as a player is in bounds with control of the ball as it crosses the plane then it is a touchdown. if the ball does not cross the plane but a player does then it is not a td. if the ball is beyond the plane and out of bounds but the player has his feet in bounds with control of the ball it is a td.
I think not more than six days.
To keep moths from damaging clothing stored long term.
How high you can bounce it or how long you can keep on bouncing?