MCFOA SUB VARSITY Crew Report - Rev.9/2015
THIS FORM IS INTERNAL - FOR MCFOA OFFICIALS ONLY
Please use this form to evaluate the crew, by position, for a SUB-VARSITY game.
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  • Arrived On Time
    On field uniform clean
    Had all on field equipment

  • Consider the following:
    - Did R lead a short, but effective pre-game as time permitted
    - Asked coaches if all players were legally equipped
    - Lined up 5-7 yards behind kicker on free kicks
    - FG/PAT - lined up behind kicker/holder in position to see if ball flight is between uprights
    - On scrimmage Plays lined up near the center of the field, 10-15 yards off LOS
    - Communicated offensive player count to umpire on every play
    - On scrimmage kicks, gave the center protected signal
    - Maintained a good pace of play, 10-14 seconds between end of play and ready signal
    - Assisted with ball rotation
    - Stays with runner or passer that are behind the LOS
  • Good communication is the talking with crew, effectively managing communication with coaches, signaling when appropriate and using proper signals on penalties.
  • Hustle is the official's ability to put himself in position to make the call and maintain the mobile box. It is not hurrying. Hustle is getting to the right place to be there at the right time.
  • Presence is overall appearance, ability to communicate with coaches, and his professionalism.
  • Game management is knowing the rules, the overall status of the game, and the ability to use effective judgement given the situation.

  • Consider the following:
    - Checked player equipment and addressed uniform issues
    - Lined up at 35 on chain side and off the field on free kicks
    - FG/PAT - focused on protecting the snapper
    - On scrimmage Plays lined up with center between 6-9 yards off LOS
    - Communicated offensive player count to referee on every play
    - On scrimmage kicks, gave the center protected signal
    - Focused on line play to observe illegal use of hands, chop blocks and blocks below the waist
    - Assisted with ball rotation
    - Gets to the LOS scrimmage quickly on passes
    - Effectively manages the ball rotation
  • Good communication is talking with wings and referee to know down, distance and status of ball at all times. Using proper signals to signify down, player count and center protection.
  • Hustle is the official's ability to put himself in position to make the call and maintain the mobile box. It is not hurrying. Hustle is getting to the right place to be there at the right time.
  • Presence is overall appearance, ability to communicate with crew, and his professionalism.
  • Game management is knowing the rules, the overall status of the game, and the ability to use effective judgement given the situation.

  • Consider the following:
    - Identified a chain crew and briefed them on game operations
    - Lined up at 40 on chain side with the kicking team - managed new kicking team rules effectively.
    - FG/PAT - focused on protecting the kicker/holder
    - On scrimmage Plays read run and pass plays effectively
    - Communicated defensive player count and line count to other wing official on every play
    - On scrimmage kicks, takes responsibility for the entire LOS
    - Maintains the sideline and coach's box effectively
    - Assisted with ball rotation
    - Keeps the ball boy nearby
    - Effectively manages the chain crew
    - Squares in to identify spot for end of run
    - Officiates penalties in his own area
    - Uses bean bag effectively
  • Good communication is talking with other wing and referee to know down, distance and status of ball at all times. Using proper signals to signify line count and down.
  • Hustle is the official's ability to put himself in position to make the call and maintain the mobile box. It is not hurrying. Hustle is getting to the right place to be there at the right time.
  • Presence is overall appearance, ability to communicate with crew, and his professionalism.
  • Game management is knowing the rules, the overall status of the game, and the ability to use effective judgement given the situation.

  • Consider the following:
    - Examines field and field equipment prior to the game and briefs ball boys on game ball rotation
    - Lined up at 50 opposite of chain side with the receiving team - watches for first touching and illegal blocks during onside kicks
    - FG/PAT - focused on the crossbar - identifies over or under for R
    - On scrimmage Plays read run and pass plays effectively
    - Communicated defensive player count and line count to other wing official on every play
    - On scrimmage kicks, covers the kick receiver
    - Maintains the sideline and coach's box effectively
    - Assisted with ball rotation
    - Keeps the ball boy nearby
    - Effectively identifies first downs and stops the clock
    - Squares in to identify spot for end of run
    - Officiates penalties in his own area
    - Uses bean bag effectively
  • Good communication is talking with other wing and referee to know down, distance and status of ball at all times. Using proper signals to signify line count and down.
  • Hustle is the official's ability to put himself in position to make the call and maintain the mobile box. It is not hurrying. Hustle is getting to the right place to be there at the right time.
  • Presence is overall appearance, ability to communicate with crew, and his professionalism.
  • Game management is knowing the rules, the overall status of the game, and the ability to use effective judgement given the situation.