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Michael Taylor
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I can't find a good definition of what is suppossed to be happening on the field when this occurs?

Is this meant to represent an "Onside Kick"?

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This is when the defense stops the offense at the 10 yard line after kick-off.
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Russell Waddel
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cauldronofevil wrote:
I can't find a good definition of what is suppossed to be happening on the field when this occurs?

Is this meant to represent an "Onside Kick"?

Thank you!
An "onside kick" is when you recover the kick 10 yards after the kick-off, or the opponent's recover after said kick. In the game, if the return is a positive one past the 30 yard line but before the opposing 40, then I would consider this an "onside." There currently aren't any rules governing "onside kicks" in Rush Zone. The "defensive stop" listed in the rules booklet from the kick is when you stop the opposing team on the 10-yard line. It happens when you both roll certain numbers (don't have the rules book in front of me at the moment), and you put the offense on their 10. Defensive stop is also when the defense rolls higher than the offense, and now it is 4th down. Hope this helps!
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