Not sure when exactly, but it has been around for a long time. It is simply a reminder to the coaching staff how much time is left in a game. Used primarily for strategy. In the Canadian Football League it is a three minute warning, and in minor football there is a minute flag held up at one minute before the half and the end of the game. Way back when. In the early days of pro football, many stadia didn't have a clock. Therefore, the timekeeper informed the referees, who informed the coaching staff that 2 minutes remained in the half. And a time-out was taken. This allowed the teams to set up to play the last two minutes and they'd have a pretty good idea as to what they had to do. Of course, in this day and age, it provides a swell opportune time-out for another slew of TV commercials! The official time in NFL games was kept on the field, not on the scoreboard, until the AFL-NFL merger in 1970. Seems to me that the timekeeper used to tell the coaches when two minutes was left, so the coach could put in his unused players. If the coach put you in every time the warning was given, you accumulated enough minutes over the course of the season to earn your football "letter" and the "letter" jacket. I don�t exactly know when it became a rule, but it must have been around the 1950s...anyway around this time the last two minutes gained importance in the game...I think it was Shaughnessy, coach of the LA Rams who noticed that all the teams didn�t use the last two minutes of one half to its full extent. for most teams the game was already over, so Shaughnessy developed a couple of plays to score as many times as possible in the last two minutes... after his theory was proven successfull, other coaches took over his strategy... sometime later, i guess, this warning was implemented ANSWER it became a rule in the 1930s
when attacks could occur with little or no warning
it is a warning
Football is one
Well for the first offense there is no penalty. It is just a warning. If their is a second infraction after the warning, that is when the team gets penalized....
In 1975, some nineteen years before it was adopted in the NFL.
The yellow card is a warning to a player who did something illegal in the game.
The announcers in a hockey game announce the last minute of play of a period as warning for the players. It is like a two minute warning in football.
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2 Minute warning
it will be implemented from september.
It was implemented in nepal on 2061 B.S
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The new rules had been implemented without him knowing about it. He implemented the process to shut down the machine.
something that you thought of on your own-implemented.
HTTP is implemented on top of TCP.
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How the elements of marketing mix are implemented
TCP/IP protocols are implemented by software, except for the bottom physical layer, which is implemented in hardware.
no its is not implemented right now its just conceptual
the NSTP will be implemented starting the school year 2002-2003
Its a place where a database is implemented>
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center is based in Hawaii, but receives and feeds data to most nations that border the Pacific Ocean. A similar system of data sharing has been implemented for the Indian Ocean, primarily by India. Discussions have taken place about the Atlantic and Caribbean, but no centrally coordinated warning center has been established. Many nations bordering the ocean, particularly those which have suffered tsunami damage in the past, have created their own warning systems and share data with neighbors.
What companies have implemented Total quality management?
The act was implemented in May 1993