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l P y Ever Basic Play Each team gets to run one play for each correctly answered question. After each play, the computer determines if the play received any points.

The team with most points at the end of the game wins. Play Ball! Click here to Start Game Instructions: 1.Divide into Teams or use individuals. 2.Each team or individual is asked a question by the instructor. If they answer correctly, they are allowed to run one play. Clicking the red square in

front of the football player will produce a screen showing if the play produced a touchdown (7 Points), field goal (3 Points), or resulted in a fumble (0 Points). 3.Instructor then goes back to the main board and adds the points to the teams total. (It will not automatically add to an existing total, you and your students have to do the math.) 4.This game continues until the instructor runs out of questions. Play

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