T-formation


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T-formation

Offensive formation with two running backs lined up side by side behind the quarterback.
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The strategic placement of the fuel-cell stack at the rear of the vehicle, power control unit at the front and T-formation configured hydrogen fuel tanks result in front and rear weight distribution optimal for a sporty sedan.
Summary: Strategic placement of the fuel-cell stack at the rear of the vehicle, power control unit at the front and T-formation configured hydrogen fuel tanks result in optimal front and rear weight distribution for a sports sedan.
Hiring decision-makers have mixed opinions about two-column or T-formation cover letters; the more important writing and communication skills are to the targeted job, the less effective this type of letter is likely to be.
After a second quarter in which Canfield was sacked four times and the OSU offense was limited to 29 yards on 20 carries, the Beavers got out of their "shotgun" alignment that has the quarterback five yards behind the center and put Canfield back taking snaps in the traditional position for a T-formation quarterback during the third quarter.
They were the premier T-Formation team in the country, with five All-American stars led by the twin wonders, "Mr.
Finely crafted, "A Surrealistic Digital Opera in Three Acts" begins with an inverted T-formation of the two main commercial streets in late nineteenth-century Montreal (Notre-Dame and Saint-Laurent).
At Notre Dame, Bertelli went from being a tall, skinny 165-pound fourth-string tailback to its first T-formation quarterback.
At Notre Dame, he became the main instrument of Leahy's T-formation genius under disruptive circumstances.
He ran a trademark T-formation power running game that worked for generations as Dayton stretched its state record of 25 straight playoff appearances this season.
of Chicago, he helped George Halas and Ralph Jones develop the T-formation, then moved to Stanford, where he introduced the T to college football in 1940 (with an unbeaten team).
It's a variation of the T-formation in which the halfbacks line up farther from the line of scrimmage than the fullback does.
That brought out Leaf, but the Ducks didn't suddenly revert to the T-formation with a full-house backfield and run straight at the Wildcats.