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Old 03-06-2012   #157
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Originally Posted by 76Texan View Post
Chop Blocks/Tripping: In most circumstances, players are not allowed to tackle below the knees. A chop block occurs when two players tackle an opponent, with one going high and the other hitting low. Tripping can be called when a player on the ground reaches out with his feet or hands to bring down an opponent who does not have posession of the ball.

http://www.life123.com/sports/footba...rulebook.shtml

I think it's dangerous, especially when a defender undercuts from behind.
Not good for your ankle.
yeah, thats the same rule im refering to...the just never call it on players out in the spacious areas of the fields b/c it happens all the time out there. It's mainly called in and around the LOS.
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