Special Rules & Regulations
The Sooner Classic Championship follows the Oklahoma Secondary Schools/Indian Nations Football Conference (INFC) Rules & Regulations with Special Rules & Regulations amended by the Union Youth Football Association (UYFA) and listed in the following.
All Players MUST Land within the AGE Requirements for All Grades.
13 and Under >> Player can’t be age 14 before 8/1/17.
12 and Under >> Player can’t be age 13 before 8/1/17.
11 and under >> Player can’t be age 12 before 8/1/17.
10 and under >> Player can’t be age 11 before 8/1/17.
9 and under >> Player can’t be age 10 before 8/1/17.
8 and under >> Player can’t be age 9 before 8/1/17.
WEIGHT LIMITS -
AGE DIV "O"BACK ONE STRIPER TWO STRIPER MAX WEIGHT
MM 80lbs 80.01-100lbs over 100lbs 125lbs
8U 85lbs 85.01-105lbs over 105lbs 135lbs
9U 95lbs 95.01-115lbs over 115lbs 150lbs
10U 105lbs 105.01-130lbs over 130lbs 170lbs
11U 125lbs 125.01-150lbs over 150lbs 190lbs
12U 145lbs 145.01-175lbs over 175lbs none
13U 165lbs over 165 none none
Players within the specified weight ranges of one or two stripes will have their helmets marked accordingly.
One Striper - A neon green stripe placed vertically at the center rear base of the helmet.
Two Striper - A neon green “x” placed at the center rear base of the helmet.
One Stripers: Offense:
One Stripers: Defense:
Two Stripers: Offense:
Two Stripers: Defense:
LENGTH OF GAME & SCORING RULES:
Games will consist of four (4) quarters. Each quarter will last eight (8) minutes with a ten (8) minute halftime break. A touchdown is worth 6 points, an extra point (run or pass is = 1 point, kick is = 2 points.All grades will have center protected on declared punts, field goals and extra points. Defense can’t make contact with the center until such time as the ball touches the kicker, offensive player or the ground.
Proper Conduct Policy
We have a very high standard of conduct at the Sooner Classic. The fact that you have been accepted to attend the Sooner Classic Championships says that “we feel you are a quality person, who will maintain a team that will be a role model for quality teams everywhere. That your conduct on the field, in the hotels and around the City of Tulsa will ensure that your team will be welcomed back to the Sooner Classic for many years to come”.
We must clearly define what we are looking for as Proper Conduct.
We will not tolerate intimidation of any form, either on the field or off. Trash talking or similar actions connected with your team will lead to penalties. Game officials are instructed to remove players from the game for 2 plays on a FIRST TIME OFFENSE for any form of physical or verbal intimidation and a 15 yard penalty will be marked off. Upon a SECOND TIME OFFENSE the player will be ejected from the game....NO DEBATE.....NO APPEALS.....FINAL.
You as Head Coach must also control your parents, they must know their actions in the stands will have an effect on their football team. If there is any single incident involving the parents/fans of your team, the Sooner Classic Marshall has the authority to stop the play of the game and your team will forfeit the game. This could cause not only the loss of a championship, but also future trips to the Sooner Classic.
You as Head Coach must also conduct yourself on and off the field. If you have a problem with a game official, conduct yourself properly you wouldn’t want your team to finish the tournament without you.
NOTE: The Head Coach or the Head Assistant Coach must be present at the weigh-in. Please have your players line up in the same order as the roster has been prepared in (oldest to youngest).