Scrimmage Structure and Recording Games

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by RiggoForever, Aug 4, 2006.

  1. RiggoForever

    RiggoForever Benched

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    Hey guys,

    Could any of you tell me the exact structure of a scrimmage...are there pads and hitting, and is an actual score kept, or is it just a bunch of different drills between 2 different teams? How is it different from a preseason game in terms of length and structure?

    Also, when you have to miss a game, how do you record the game? I've heard of something called any of you have it, if so how expensive is it and do you think its worth the money. Thanks!
  2. Cajuncowboy

    Cajuncowboy Preacher From The Black Lagoon

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    As far as scrimmages go, Generally they don't keep a score. They will usually run a set number of plays, say 10 plays from the 50 yard line trying to get a TD. Then the teams switch. They will then try different situations like Goal line offense and defense.

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