yard marker

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Noun1.yard marker - (football) a marker indicating the yard line
football, football game - any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
marker - some conspicuous object used to distinguish or mark something; "the buoys were markers for the channel"
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I'd be there, rubbing Vicks into its carapace, trying to get a bit of cough medicine down its mandibles in the faint light of the 50 yard marker buoy.
I gave it everything I had - but instead of it flying down the pitch 50 yards, the ball dropped like a lead balloon around the 20 yard marker.
10) A California high school football coach is caught on videotape moving a sideline yard marker so his team gains a first down and eventual "victory" in a league title game.
Don Ledford Automotive Center will provide Boys and Grls Club of Cleveland with football kits including equipment bags, t-shirts, water bottle carriers, footballs, yard marker set, and helmet decals.
In some cases, such as in NFL football games, there is not enough information in the TV scene to tell which yard marker is which.
Cart path repairs and replacing other damaged items, including ball washers, benches, tee and yard markers and sod, have a price tag of $163,000.
This was a board game that looked like a football field, including yard markers, goal posts, cardboard cutouts with pictures of cheering fans lining both sides of the field and a scoreboard.
Despite his over-the-top antics, in which he tormented referees, tore up yard markers, punched holes into blackboards and smashed wrist watches, Hayes was much beloved by Buckeye fans, especially when it came to their storied rivalry with Michigan, a school that Hayes would only refer to as "that team up north.