Depends on the time of year in which the game is played... regular season games have one overtime period (sudden death, first to score wins) and if at the end of the period (full 15 minutes, each team gets 2 timeouts) the score is still tied, it's over. Tie ball game. Playoff games on the other hand cannot end in ties... they'll continue playing indefinately until someone finally scores. (but the odds of 2 playoff caliber teams not being able to kick a field goal in a 15 minute period to seal a win in OT prevent us from seeing a double overtime game!)
This answer is absolutely right. I'd just add that in postseason, overtime is played just like a brand new game. Therefore, each team gets a full 3 timeouts instead of 2, and there would even be a halftime period if the game was tied after the end of 2 overtimes. No game has ever gone beyond a second overtime, though.
The NFL operates under sudden death overtime rules where the first team to score in a 15 minute overtime wins. Regular season games can end in a tie while post-season games can not. There is no limit to the number of overtimes in college football and the team with the most points at the end of an overtime period wins. If the teams are still tied at the end of a period, another overtime period begins.
Because the leaders of the NCAA decided that no game would end in a tie. If the game is still tied after one overtime, the teams will play as many overtimes as it takes to break the tie and declare a winner.
No. A basketball game cannot end in a tie, therefore, the teams will play as many overtime periods as needed to break the tie.
In college football, yes. If the score is tied at the end of an overtime period, the game continues. Overtime rules in college football are set up so that there cannot be a tie game ... overtime periods will be played until one team is ahead at the end of an OT period. In the NFL, not in the regular season. If no team scores in the overtime period, the game ends and is declared a tie. Obviously, in the playoffs there can be a double overtime as those games must have a winner.
There are 3 periods in a hockey game. If the game is tied after 3 periods, there is an overtime. If that doesn't end in one team scoring, there can be a shootout or as many overtimes as needed.
Overtime was introduced to college football in the 1996 season. The first college football game to end based on the new overtime rules was a contest between Missouri State(then SW Missouri State) and Oklahoma State in Stillwell, OK on August 31, 1996
This is decided by the Coin toss at the begiining at the game or at overtime if their is a tie at end of regulation
Personally, zero. I'm exhausted by the end of the first inning, and have never understood the game, so the caddy is unlikely to send me into overtime.
No. A Super Bowl would always be decided by overtime procedures. Football games can never end in a tie. If by the end of the fourth quarter they are tied, then they go into overtime.
I'll start off guessing you've just become a basketball fan because this is pretty basic stuff. But to answer your question, they go to overtime which is only 5 minutes long instead of 12 minutes for a normal quarter. If the teams are tied again, they go to second overtime, then triple overtime, quadruple overtime, and so on. For just an interesting fact, the longest NBA game was on TV for 4 hours, with six overtimes. The finalscore was only 75-73, which isn't much score even for a normal game.
In the National Football League, if the score of the game is 0-0 at the end of the fourth quarter, the game is handled like any other tie. The teams play a 15-minute, sudden-death overtime period. If neither team scores by the end of the overtime, the game ends in a tie. However, in the postseason, additional 15-minute overtimes are played until a team scores. In college football, the game is also handled like any other tie, but under the rules of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Each team gets one possession, which begins at its opponent's 25-yard line. The possession ends when the team scores, misses a field goal, or turns the ball over by fumble, interception, or failure to convert a first down on fourth down. Both the possession and the game end if the defensive team scores on the possession. If the game remains tied after both teams have had a possession, another overtime is played. These alternate-possession overtimes continue until one ends with the game no longer tied.
When all four quarters expire. But if overtime is needed the team who scores first is the winner and then the game is over.
No.They have an overtime system where each team gets the ball from the 25 yard line..
currently, in college football, the overtime system would not allow for a game to end in a tie. there's no time limit in the overtime system, so the game continues until a winner is determined. in the NFL, if the game goes into overtime, and neither team scores in the 15 minute period, the game would end in a tie. in the NFL playoffs, although there's a time limit on the overtime periods, the game would continue until one team wins.
Yes, I don't know specifically know what happened, but sometime before 1954 there was a 5 overtime game when the team that won the tip every overtime would just keep the ball until the end of overtime.
If a regular season NFL game ends in a tie after four quarters, a maximum of one overtime period will be played. The first team that scores in the overtime period is declared the winner. If neither team scores in the overtime period, the game is declared a tie.
When teams finish with the game with the same score, for example 7-7 or 21-21, the game goes into a sudden death overtime period. If neither team scores in the overtime period, the game ends in a tie.
The longest High School football game ever played is now the game between two teams in Texas - the Nacogdoches Dragons and Jacksonville Indians. On October 29th, 2010, they went an amazing 12 overtimes before a winner was eventually declared. The fact that the game had playoff implications only added to the fervor. The teams were tied at 28 at the end of regulation time. A dozen overtime sessions later, and the final score was 84-81 in favor of Jacksonville.
According to Wikipedia: "When a game goes to overtime, each team is given one possession from its opponent's twenty-five yard line. The team leading after both possessions is declared the winner. If the teams remain tied, overtime periods continue, switching the order of possessions for each overtime, until one team leads the other at the end of the overtime."
No. The game would continue through successive overtimes until somebody scored. No postseason game can end in a tie.
14-4A Jacksonville high school fightin' Indians (Jacksonville, TX) went 12 overtimes against the nacogdoches high school dragons (nacogdoches, TX) in 39 degree (Fahrenheit) weather on October 29-30. it didn't end until 12:51 on the 30th. it was a five and a half hour game which exhausted the teams the bands and the audience. the final score was 84-81. you can see the report at http://www.ketknbc.com/sports/friday-football-fever/jacksonville-84-nacogdoches-81-12-overtimesThe longest NFL game was a playoff game played December 25, 1971 between the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs. The game went one full overtime period and 7:40 into the second before Garo Yepremien kicked a field goal to give Miami a 27-24 victory.
If overtime is sudden death, there would be no extra point. The game would end when the touchdown is scored. If overtime is based on time, and not sudden death, the penalty would be assessed on the kickoff
Here are the overtime rules for the NFL and the NCAA Football In the NFL's regular season, if a game is tied at the end of regulation, it goes into Overtime. The visiting team gets to choose heads or tails for the coin toss. They play another 15:00 minute period. The first team to score (Whether by TD, field goal, or safety. Doesn't matter), automatically wins the game. If no team has scored by the end of the Overtime period, the game is deemed a tie. This is a rare occurrence. In the NFL's post season games (Playoffs and Super Bowl), the rules are the same as the regular season, except once the 15:00 minute overtime period runs out, they start another 15:00 Overtime period. It should be noted that no Super Bowl has ever gone into Overtime. The longest NFL game was between the Miami Dolphins and the Kansas City Chiefs on December 25, 1971. The Miami Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian kicked the game winning field goal 7 minutes and 40 seconds into double overtime. In NCAA Football, if a game goes into Overtime. Each team gets a chance to score from the opponent's 25 yard line (25 yards from the endzone) with no game clock. If the score is still tied after the first overtime period, they play a second overtime period. This process repeats itself until someone is winning at the end of an overtime period. Starting with the third Overtime period, teams who score TD's are required to go for a 2 point conversion, instead of kicking a single extra point.
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If at the end of 4 quarters the game is tied, the game goes into overtime where the first team to score wins. A coin flip determines who gets the ball first. If the game is still tied at the end of the 15 minute overtime period, the game ends in a tie. If it is the playoffs, the game will be played until there is a score.