This occurred in a recent game and we couldn't figure out where to put the disc back in.
Thrower is on the sideline.
Thrower hucks the disc down the line just OB but its curving back.
Offensive player leaps from in bounds* grabs the disc in mid air and throws it back towards the sideline.
The disc still lands OB.
So, the does the disc come in on the playing field proper closest to where the receiver caught it and attempted to throw it back in? Or where the thrower released the disc?
There was some debate there, but I think the correct answer is where the receiver was...
*But here was the actual issue: a defensive player who was marking the receiver said that he ran OB before he jumped and was therefore OB when he attempted the greatest.
The offensive receiver disagreed and said that he jumped from in bounds.
Everyone agreed it was a turnover, so back to thrower was clearly not the solution. So, it was either where the thrower was or where the receiver was...
Where does the disc come back in?