jimmyq1
So I'm looking on the WIAA site and their other football links...but I have a question about a situation. A team has no timeouts, and they run a play, a player gets injured, and the refs stop the clock(there is 39 seconds left in the game), and then the player gets up and runs off the field, while his team then runs the next play without any time leaving the clock. Is high school that different than other levels that the clock just stops like that? Or should the refs have run time off?

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Whitehat_old
The clock stops for the official's timeout for the injury. The stock will restart on the ready for play if the previous play was a running play and the forward progress was inbounds or a completed pass that was inbounds as well. If the previous play was an incomplete pass or a running play that went out of bounds, or if a scrimmage kick was the previous play the clock with start on the snap. Also if there was a change of possession the clock would start on the snap.

You are thinking of the NFL rules that require a run off of time if the injured player's team is out of time outs.
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