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PUNTPeaceful Uses of Nuclear Technology (US/China agreement)
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Our men were already descending the reverse slope to look for that punt which we knew from experience was not always to be found easily.
We did not go into the realm of twilight; we went slap into that punt, where those three old men were fishing.
Any time you allow a punt to be blocked, you are going to give up a huge chunk of field position, possibly a touchdown, and maybe even the loss of the game.
Receiver Marcus Everett said Dorrell spoke with him Tuesday about possibly taking over the duties after Markey muffed a punt against Utah.
We will never (or hardly ever) line tip in the same punt return or punt block alignment two weeks in a row.
Punt returns for touchdowns put USC in dangerous holes at Arizona State and Notre Dame last season.
From the standpoint of a field position and ball-security, we had to start with the punt returner -- a player with great confidence, fearlessness, and the ability to adjust and catch the ball.
I feel the coaches are just looking out for me in that aspect, not having me on kick returns and punt returns,'' Markey said.
When working with the punt team, we may say: "Block and cover 10 yards, seven reps, then block and cover the punt three times.
5 yards per punt return last season, and brought three back for touchdowns.
Suggestion: When time is running out at the end of a quarter and you have an extremely strong wind at your back, you can punt on third or even second down.
Drew leads the nation in punt returns, averaging 29.