Ten seconds

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Ten seconds may refer to:

Film and TV[edit]

  • 10 Seconds, a television game show that aired on The Nashville Network from March 29, 1993 to March 25, 1994.

Music[edit]

Ten Seconds was a progressive rock band that put out an album on Discipline Global Mobile records in 1996

Sports[edit]

Ten-second rule or 10-second rule may refer to:

  • an American football rule whereby the remaining game time may be reduced by ten seconds if a team is considered to have intentionally delayed the game
  • a basketball rule in some leagues whereby the offense has ten seconds (eight seconds under international rules) to advance the ball to their forecourt
  • a variation of the Five-second rule, whereby food fallen to the floor for less than five seconds may be considered by some to be safe to eat