Assigning pep club locations.
Not permitting decorations on the goal posts, cross bars, or uprights above the cross bars.
Seeing that no objectionable signs or banners are displayed at the game.
Assigning spaces in the press box for radio, press, etc.
Establishing a pass gate policy.
Providing a special pass gate entrance for players, managers, coaches, and media.
Having someone assigned to meet team buses and serve as host during the contest.
The NSAA will NOT provide game balls for any playoff games.
Each participating team is required to provide their own approved footballs in accordance with 2014 NFHS Football Rule 1-3-1.
Having towels and managers available on field to dry footballs if they should become wet or muddy.
Having someone meet game officials and provide them with towels, etc.
Seeing that no one enters the officials' dressing room at halftime or after the contest.
Providing security for officials' and team dressing rooms.
Arranging for officials' checks.
Seeing that the officials are paid prior to the contest.
Seeing that the playing field is ready and that the playing field is enclosed by a barrier (such as a fence).
Make sure the football field is marked according to the 2014 NFHS Football Rule 1-2-3.
NFHS Dimensions for 8-man football with NSAA Adoption will be used for 8-man football fields.
Providing a yardage chain and down marker.
The visiting team is responsible for checking with the host school to see if sideline heaters OR fans are going to be provided for both teams. The host school does not have to provide sideline heaters or fans for a state playoff game. If the host school uses sideline heaters or fans, they must provide sideline heaters or fans for the visiting team. The visiting team can bring sideline heaters or fans if they can be accommodated by the host school, if heaters or fans are not being provided.
Providing teams with complimentary programs.
Filing the financial report and other contest reports with the NSAA office in a timely manner.
Being responsible for the ticket sales at the site of the contest and the accounting of all money from the sale of tickets and programs at the site of the contest. 53