During regular season games, it is up to the local schools to determine if they are going to allow spirit lines during football games.
All spirit lines during NSAA State Football Playoffs and Championship games are PROHIBITED, except for football players in uniform and duly elected cheerleaders.
REPORTING SCORES AND GAMES RESULTS
It is required that all varsity game scores are to be reported to: MAXPREPS.COM Schools are not required to submit stats, but are encouraged to do so.
Detailed instructions on how to submit scores and stats to MAXPREPS.COM will be sent directly to each member school.
Both schools involved in the contest are required to submit the final score and are encouraged to submit team & individual statistics.
NSAA member schools that compete against schools outside of Nebraska are required to submit the game results.
PARTICIPATION IN NSAA PLAY-OFFS
Participation in the playoffs will be optional for all schools.
The schools’ varsity football schedules for 2014 as assigned by the NSAA office, are used to determine the qualifying teams.
In order for a game not on the original schedule to count toward a team’s point total, the game must be scheduled by the NSAA and member school prior to August 28.
Games scheduled on or after August 28 will not count toward either team’s playoff point total.
A complete schedule or any part of a schedule canceled after the 2 year schedules have been released will be considered forfeited games and will count as a win for the opponent, unless the NSAA and opponent are able to schedule a new game before August 28, in which case that game will take the place of the originally scheduled game.
If schools mutually agree to cancel a game after August 28 it will count as a loss for both teams.
The following regulations apply to scheduled regular-season football games during the weeks in which the state football playoffs are scheduled: