Q: How many times would you have to run back and fourth 30 yards to run a mile?

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The offending team is sent back 10 yards.

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Ok well a mile is 17 and a half football fields so 17.5 times 8 would be 136.40 round that to 136 and a half. So you would have to run on a football field back and forth 136 and a half times. If that's not what your looking for i will convert the 136 and a half to yards: A football field consists of 120 yards. 10 including the field goals (touchdown) so 136.5 x 120.0 ________ 16830 yards = 50490 feet (this is a little bit more than 8.5 miles in case you want to do the cool down)= 15.389352 kilometers. Your welcome! Anoymous Guest

If this helps, each lap ( there and back is 50 meters ). 440 yards is 402.336 meters. 402.336 divided by 50 is 8.04 laps. 440 yards = 8.04 laps. ( there and back ) Hope this helps! :D

Delay of game is a 5 yard penalty. So to go back 25 yards, you would need 5 in a row.

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