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Old 04-02-2012, 09:12 PM   #203
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That rule is the same thing as saying you may sub your #6 player out for #7, and if #7 cannot play, you may sub #8 at the sixth position which is what has always been practiced. The logic behind the rule is a coach is not supposed to be able to make a substitution to play his "sub" at number 5 in front of the #6 player.

If for example, the #5 is injured, then #6 would have to play at the fifth position and then #7 or #8 would have to play the sixth position.

For a good example of this, do NOT look at how UVa did it when they played Mississipi or Miss St.
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