Q: How many yards do you get for roughing the kicker?

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In both college and the NFL, personal fouls (such as unnecessary roughness, grabbing the facemask, clipping, roughing the passer/kicker) and unsportsmanlike conduct. In college, offensive pass interference is a 15 yard penalty and defensive pass interference is 15 yards if the foul occurred 15 or more yards past the line of scrimmage (otherwise, the ball is placed at the spot of the foul). In the NFL, offensive pass interference is a 10 yard penalty and, for defensive pass interference, the ball is placed at the spot of the foul.

Y yards = Y yards

Yards and yards are the same measurement. Therefore, 50 yards is equal to 50 yards.

Yards and yards are the same length, so there are three (3) yards in three (3) yards

There are exactly 105 yards in 105 yards with no inches left over.

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Yes, if the ball is deflected there can be no roughing/running into the kicker penalty. Also, if the punter drops the snap there can be no penalty.

If the quarterback were to drop kick he would become a kicker and not a quarterback. The roughing the quarterback penalty would change to roughing the kicker.

15 yards

Personal fouls, roughing qb/kicker, pass interference (NFL penalizes to the spot of the foul)

The longest penalty in an NFL game is undefined. A defensive pass interference penalty is assessed from the line of scrimmage to the spot of the foul. If the spot of the foul is 30 yards beyond the line of scrimmage, the penalty is 30 yards. If the spot of the foul is 18 yards past the line of scrimmage, the penalty is 18 yards. If the spot of the foul is 9 yards past the line of scrimmage, the penalty is 9 yards. A defensive pass interference penalty is the only penalty that can be longer than 15 yards.

15 yards and automatic first down

Um Maybe roughing the passer horse collar pass interference face mask roughing the kicker that is all the 15 yard penalties i know so far stay tune for more

I know that there was one kicked at 57 yards last weekend by the Nebraska kicker. Don't know how many in the history of the NCAA.

Many different reasons. Sometimes it's pass interference, offensive pass interference, roughing the kicker, roughing the passer, unnecessary roughness, horse callar tackle, encroachment, false start, illegal formation, intentional grounding, delay of game, tripping, block in the back, face mask, or holding. But there are many more.

The kicker on field goals is rushed and only has 3 yards to run up and kick the ball. On the other hand the kicker on Kickoffs has whatever is comfortable yards for them.

Holding, offsides, pass interference, encroachment, roughing the kicker, roughing the passer, face mask, clipping, tripping, personal foul, hands to the face, illegal contact, chop blocking, intentional grounding, false start, delay of game.

The furthest an average starting Kicker could usually kick the ball is anywhere between 45 and 55 yards.