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Jun

Multiple Player Block Scenario Chart

   Posted by: Bitches Bruze   in Coaching, Rules, Strategery

In my last post I published a flow chart about how to determine if a player is engaged in a multiple player block. Then I went through describing all sorts of examples.

While I hope that was helpful, I’ve gone and put those examples into a chart you can print out to go with the flow chart. You’ll see I’ve used common icons to show the “linked” or “not linked” relationship between two blockers. I’ve also included a pair of icons at the bottom which are exactly the same scenario but being called differently depending on your officiating crew. I hope, someday, we’ll get a clarification on that and be able to put that exclusively on one side or the other side of the chart.

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