A football flies through the air with the velocity and height of a throw from Peyton Manning and finds its way into the ungainly hands of a four year old, who inevitably drops it. Upset, I pick up the ball again and try to throw it back to my brother. He would always say to me “Andrew, Keep your eyes on the prize and catch this ball”. Although it seemed I would never catch the ball, he never took it easy on me. This repeated process happens over and over again.
Toby looking worried as Calvin said “That was close, The fence almost feld”. Toby and Calvin jogged home and got their equipment and called over their friends Speedy, Carl, Bobby, And Ed to play and a game. As They Set-up they told their friends about the dog, Toby explained Sarcastically, “It charged at us like a speeding bullet and nearly torn down the fence”. As they listened to the story Ed Talking about a myth saying “I heard that a kid once cross that gate and never came back”. Speedy Said in a humorous voice“ He probably couldn 't out run that dog like I can”.
The offensive line hit the defensive line; as they were pushing each other for the advantage, I could hear them grunting for position. As I received the handoff from the quarterback, the blockers unclogged the hole, I hit it swift and quick, following my blockers as they were going blow for blow with the defense. I got snagged by the defensive end, but I ripped through the tackle for a six yard gain. As I saw the field open for a high amount of yards, I noticed that I could not move my right
“TWWEEET!” the whistle blew from the nearby referee, temporarily drowning out my ears. There was a foul made by the rival team. Relieved, my team rapidly set up for the penalty corner, anxious for a goal. Coaches on the sideline fumbled around with the play book, and struggled to get the correct page open. We heard a shout from the bench, “T!” our coach screamed across the field.
We kick off to them to start the the game wasn 't the best kick but we stop them good dead on the 220 yard line. They ran the ball on yes a couple time gaining 3 yard ever time. Just when they thought they had the momentum we came back and hit them hard to get the
Allen started with ball since he was on the court. Allen had thought to himself he was indomitable against the man due to the man’s clothe. But once Allen tried driving in for a layup the man jumped in the air with a truculent manner and blocked Allen’s layup. Allen knew this man was playing unfeigned , Allen had to now step up his game. After the man had blocked Allen’s shot he has said “Name’s John.” The man walked back to the three point to line in order to receive the ball.
I got so nervous because I thought they were going to make it. He took the kick and I blocked it, but it went back to him and he kicked it again and missed. I was so excited at this point because I knew I did something good for my team. All of my teammates started cheering and jumping up and down. Then we kept them from scoring and we won by a point.
I listen for their quarterback as the last words I hear from his muffled mouthpiece,“Down, Set, Hut!” As the final words have been shouted the war has been started. As quickly as he shouted his main runner the “running back” takes charge of the ball and attempts to force it through, as I already noticed and block his route, only I wasn 't the only one. The two frontman of each side making it a 2 on 2, one trying to break through the other trying to hold them off as long as they could. The runner ran into a brick wall, “without even a second glance I know where he is and Im going in for the kill” , were my last thoughts as I try to step around and next thing I know over 400 pounds had collapsed onto my leg, through the
Badger fans raged in anger at the officials by chucking chunks of ice and snowballs in the direction of them after the 13-7 loss to Northwestern. They erupted with anger after a very controversial call on Joel Stave’s game winning touchdown pass on the last play of the game. The referees made the completely wrong call saying that the receiver did not complete the process of the catch. In college football, one step in bounds is needed in order to complete the catch, and the badger receiver had three, and that is what the fans saw on the jumbotron. Therefore, when officials reversed the call, calling it a drop, the fans burst out in anger hurling ice and snow in the direction of the referees.
He didn’t keep his eye off the ball until someone, on the other team slide tackled him, taking the ball away. The sound of the ref blowing his whistle was very sharp. Bennett was laying on the cold, wet grass holding his shin, hoping he could keep playing. A strong pain ran through his leg as he tried to get up, he knew he couldn’t finish the game. Thomas sprinted over to Bennett taking his arm and helping him walk off the field.
I am like a virus, infiltrating myself into USAI’S defense with no mercy. I scrutinize my enemy’s goal looking for any weaknesses, but suddenly I feel the ball getting torn from my feet as somebody on the other team slide tackles me from where I couldn’t see