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endzone

(ˈɛndˌzəʊn)
n
(American Football) American football the area behind the goals at each end of the field that the ball must cross for a touchdown to be awarded
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He fell into the endzone to tally the first of eight touchdowns for the host team.
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In the game, players have to throw a disc into the opponent's endzone to earn points while avoiding having points scored on them by opponents.
The ball looped in the air for Conley to intercept, running the ball in from 23 yards out, Raven's block opening a lane for Conley to reach the endzone.
The removal of existing concrete under existing turf (east endzone, approximately 800 SF, see drawings).
O you, my San Andreas fault my earthquake, my endzone my time
All they had to do was hand the ball to Marshawn Lynch and he would bring home four winning bets with a single three-foot thrust into the Patriots' endzone.
The 49ers hit back immediately when Gore plunged into the endzone and Dan Skuta completed the rout after Marcedes Lewis fumbled a greasy ball.
SEASON TICKETS: Sideline and South Endzone, $325; North Endzone, $220 Ticket assignments are based on a priority point system administered by the Ole Miss Athletics Foundation (OMAF).
In the second half the Jets opened their account when quarterback Frazer Oliver found Chris Hobbs in Doncaster's endzone.
When Jones fielded the second-half kickoff 8 yards deep in the endzone and bolted practically untouched 108 yards for a score, Dallas-based SCA got out its checkbook.
Inside the final two minutes the 49ers were within five yards of the endzone but three successive incompletions meant the Ravens held firm.