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Electronic-Media Informaton for games played with fewer than three timeouts
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There has been some confusion about electronic media timeouts. Hopefully this will help explain it.

The NAIA follows the information found in the NCAA Rule book under Rule 5-14.9.

When the electronic media agreement call for FEWER THAN THREE electronic-media timeouts in one half, the format shall be as follows:

a.      Four 75-second timeouts and two 30-second timeouts for each team per regulation game.

b.      The four 75-second timeouts can be used at any time.

c.       The two 30-second timeouts can be used at any time.

d.      These electronic-media timeouts shall occur at the first dead ball after the minute marks specified by the electronic-media agreement.

e.      When either of the teams use a 75-second timeout in either the first or second half, that timeout shall replace, the next agreed upon electronic-media timeout for that half. The timeout shall be 75 seconds or the length called for by the electronic-media agreement.

1.      The first timeout requested by either team in the second half shall become the electronic media timeout and shall be 75 seconds long or the length called for by the electronic-media agreement.

f.        When there is an extra period(s), each team is entitled to one extra 75-second timeout per extra period in addition to any timeouts it has not used previously.

g.      The extra timeout shall not be granted until after the ball becomes live to begin the extra period.

EXAMPLES: The game is being played with two electronic media timeouts per half to be taken at the first dead ball after the 12 and 8 minute mark.

1.      Team A takes a 75-second timeout at the 15:15 mark. This eliminates the 12minute media timeout

2.      Team B takes a 75-second timeout at the 9:00 minute mark in the first half. This eliminates the 8 minute media timeout.

3.      Team A takes a 30-second timeout at the 14:00 minute mark of the 2nd half. This becomes a 75-second time out and replaces the 12 minute media time out. (Charge a 30 second time out to Team A in the book)

4.      Team B takes a 75-second timeout at the 8:45 minute mark of the 2nd half. This eliminates the 8 minute media timeout.

There has been some confusion about electronic media timeouts. Hopefully this will help explain it.

When the electronic media agreement call for FEWER THAN THREE electronic-media timeouts in one half, the format shall be as follows:

a.      Four 75-second timeouts and two 30-second timeouts for each team per regulation game.

b.      The four 75-second timeouts can be used at any time.

c.       The two 30-second timeouts can be used at any time.

d.      These electronic-media timeouts shall occur at the first dead ball after the minute marks specified by the electronic-media agreement.

e.      When either of the teams use a 75-second timeout in either the first or second half, that timeout shall replace, the next agreed upon electronic-media timeout for that half. The timeout shall be 75 seconds or the length called for by the electronic-media agreement.

1.      The first timeout requested by either team in the second half shall become the electronic media timeout and shall be 75 seconds long or the length called for by the electronic-media agreement.

f.        When there is an extra period(s), each team is entitled to one extra 75-second timeout per extra period in addition to any timeouts it has not used previously.

g.      The extra timeout shall not be granted until after the ball becomes live to begin the extra period.

EXAMPLES: The game is being played with two electronic media timeouts per half to be taken at the first dead ball after the 12 and 8 minute mark.

1.      Team A takes a 75-second timeout at the 15:15 mark. This eliminates the 12minute media timeout

2.      Team B takes a 75-second timeout at the 9:00 minute mark in the first half. This eliminates the 8 minute media timeout.

3.      Team A takes a 30-second timeout at the 14:00 minute mark of the 2nd half. This becomes a 75-second time out and replaces the 12 minute media time out. (Charge a 30 second time out to Team A in the book)

4.      Team B takes a 75-second timeout at the 8:45 minute mark of the 2nd half. This eliminates the 8 minute media timeout.

There has been some confusion about electronic media timeouts. Hopefully this will help explain it.

When the electronic media agreement call for FEWER THAN THREE electronic-media timeouts in one half, the format shall be as follows:

a.      Four 75-second timeouts and two 30-second timeouts for each team per regulation game.

b.      The four 75-second timeouts can be used at any time.

c.       The two 30-second timeouts can be used at any time.

d.      These electronic-media timeouts shall occur at the first dead ball after the minute marks specified by the electronic-media agreement.

e.      When either of the teams use a 75-second timeout in either the first or second half, that timeout shall replace, the next agreed upon electronic-media timeout for that half. The timeout shall be 75 seconds or the length called for by the electronic-media agreement.

1.      The first timeout requested by either team in the second half shall become the electronic media timeout and shall be 75 seconds long or the length called for by the electronic-media agreement.

f.        When there is an extra period(s), each team is entitled to one extra 75-second timeout per extra period in addition to any timeouts it has not used previously.

g.      The extra timeout shall not be granted until after the ball becomes live to begin the extra period.

EXAMPLES: The game is being played with two electronic media timeouts per half to be taken at the first dead ball after the 12 and 8 minute mark.

1.      Team A takes a 75-second timeout at the 15:15 mark. This eliminates the 12minute media timeout

2.      Team B takes a 75-second timeout at the 9:00 minute mark in the first half. This eliminates the 8 minute media timeout.

3.      Team A takes a 30-second timeout at the 14:00 minute mark of the 2nd half. This becomes a 75-second time out and replaces the 12 minute media time out. (Charge a 30 second time out to Team A in the book)

4.      Team B takes a 75-second timeout at the 8:45 minute mark of the 2nd half. This eliminates the 8 minute media timeout.

 
 
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