A player runs up the line not looking where he is going, but runs within the general lining of the field, huck is throw
At this point he is about half a feet out of bounds, but he doesnt know know he is, he catches the huck, but is in bounds. opposing team says he jumped from out of bounds to get the disc. in NO way using it as an advantage, as the other team hinted on, but never exacly said out loud.
This person on our team is tall, and he didnt jump, if anything it was him walking, his first foot was in bounds , yet his second was either in the air still on the ground out of bounds. but none the less, he took off from out of bounds, landing in, THEN catching it, which was what happened from my perspective, yet the other team said it doesnt matter, he came from out of bounds so the point doesnt not count.
Disc went back to the thrower. Did everything go according to the rules here? Im was under the impression that as long as you land in bounds and THEN catch it. its a point. If not, then wouldnt juming in not count in the first place?