PUNTS


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PUNTSPeople of Utterly No Tactical Significance
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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.
He punted us over, then shouldered the oar again and waited till our men were at some distance before he offered me his arm.
We did not go into the realm of twilight; we went slap into that punt, where those three old men were fishing.
Yellow-bellied ore-flats and Ungava petrol-tanks punted down leisurely out of the north, like strings of unfrightened wild duck.
'I would set thee on thy road for a little, Friend of all the World thou and thy yellow man.' The old soldier ambled up the village street, all shadowy in the dawn, on a punt, scissor-hocked pony.
Stevenson is fast enough, but he couldn't drop from the twenty-five line, and a three-quarter who can't either punt or drop isn't worth a place for pace alone.
Mitchell is Oregon's leading receiver through four games and has also added the additional duties of punt returner since Charles Nelson suffered an ankle injury two weeks ago in a victory over Wyoming.
Up to seven people were feared missing but lifeboat crews from Baltimore were launched and an open punt with three people onboard was found.
Allen showed a big foot with 21 of his 45 punts as a senior surpassing 50 yards and displayed a deft touch, placing 20 balls inside the 20-yard line.
At the bustling Quayside Inn, punts will be accepted for the next few weeks.
Oregon's dynamic wide receiver and return man had a lot of help en route to taking a punt 81 yards for a touchdown at Michigan State.
Things began to turn Buffalo's way early in the second half when Colter Johnson's punt from the UMass 32 was blocked by Adam Redden.