Offense' if direction of play i is the offensive teams sideline
, 'Defense' if defense's sideline
Claffey said: "The ball is going to go over the sideline
plenty of times in a game and there's nothing you can do to stop it.
The new line will push newspaper and other photographers three more feet back to 15 feet from the sideline
All five lads are well capable of running any team on their own from a sideline
so we're very lucky that way.
Long gone are the days when Hank Stram strutted up and down the sidelines
with a red handkerchief tucked inside the breast pocket of his blazer, or when Paul Brown and George Halas wore their Sunday best.
Our alignment is set up with our inbounder (#1) up the sideline
, a player inside the circle (#2), a tandem of screens on the foul-line extended (#3 and #4), and a player at the point (#5).
GAA president Liam O'Neill has shot down any hope of the sideline
regulations being relaxed a despite another plea for clemency from Kilkenny selector Martin Fogarty.
Though unique in initial appearance, the "3 Press" is similar to the 2-2-1 zone press ("2 Press") in that it is a conservative press that attempts to bait the opposition's ballhandler into dribbling down the sideline
before setting a trap on the ballhandler.
The sensors forward vital, real-time, hit-by-hit data to a computer on the sideline
through a state-of-the-art telemetry system, allowing team trainers and physicians to monitor and assess on-the-field impacts and potential concussions immediately.
THE Galway hurling management united with Kilkenny's in the condemning the new sideline
On the play, Cowan faked a handoff before throwing to a covered Pitre along the left sideline
It is more of a cautious and conservative press that attempts to lure the opposing ballhandler to dribble down the sideline
before setting the trap.