STATISTICAL SCORING RULES

SECTION 20 — NET PUNTING AVERAGE

Net Punting Average (NPA) shall be calculated by dividing the total number of punt attempts into the total number of punting yards, minus the punt return yards allowed and minus the number of punt singles multiplied by 35. The above definition is reflected in the following equation:

NPA = Punt Yards - (Punt Returns + (Punt Singles * 35))
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                      Punt Attempts

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