squib kick


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squib kick

n. Football
A kickoff in which the ball is kicked low so that it will bounce along the ground, making it difficult to field and return.
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A squib kick gave Clinton the ball on its own 40, and Meunier immediately set the tone for the Gaels' march to their first score with a 7-yard pickup, carrying several Lunenburg defenders the whole way.
Lowell recovered its own squib kick to retake possession, and this needed just three plays to go 44 yards for another touchdown, and on and on it went.
West Boylston then experimented with a squib kick on the ensuing kickoff, recovering the first of three loose balls by the Wolverines -- two on squib kicks.
Kicking off from the 25-yard line, Wright knocked a low, hard squib kick up the middle.
After taking over the ball at their own 26-yard line when junior Thomas Wickham fell on a squib kick by Hudson, the Gaels promptly produced two highlight-reel plays.
Quartz Hill then recovered a squib kick on the next kickoff and Mike Brandenburg scored the second of his two rushing touchdowns to cut the lead to 22-20.
Senior Michael McGillicuddy corralled a squib kick at the St.
Max Najarian took advantage of a long squib kick by Shrewsbury, recovering the ensuing kickoff at the Algonquin 27.
Westview got the ball at the Sheldon 45-yard line with 1:24 left to play following a squib kick by the Irish.
On the following kickoff, Birmingham's squib kick went off the leg of a Grant player and was recovered by Laolagi.
Sophomore Ben Reiffarth took the squib kick and darted 71 yards for the touchdown.
After recovering a squib kick at its own 45, La Pine drove into field-goal position on two passes from Ty Slater to Jake Logan that covered 21 yards and two runs by Reade Griebel that covered 23.