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23 Intermission

After a Score and Overtime

Chapter 23. Intermissions
Pg. 100

After a Score
After a score other than a touchdown
(try, field goal or safety), there is also a
one-minute intermission during which
regular timeout privileges are allowed.
These should be timed so that the game
is not delayed.

Wing officials need to stand in close proximity to the team huddle and be prepared to get the team onto the field for the ensuing kickoff following the score.

If overtime is necessary, both teams
return to their boxes at the conclusion
of regulation play for a three-minute
intermission. That should be timed on
the game clock. If additional overtime
periods are necessary, the intermission is
two minutes and will be monitored similar
to the intermission after a score.