ground game


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ground game

n
(Hunting) Brit game animals, such as hares or deer, found on the earth's surface: distinguished from game birds
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But I'm sure that if we face off against each other, he will bring the fight to the ground, so it's really my ground game that I have to improve on,' he said.
So why has the Bears ground game been so inconsistent?
Our last and current fiscal years have been focused on a deliberate ground game in marketing our flagship CMA credential with print, online, and video media campaigns.
Happiest Minds said the deal will also strengthen the company's ground game in North America, deepen CMO mindshare and build critical mass across the digital offerings stack.
Boyd Allen has good angles, he has also a good ground game.
Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is opening a residence for volunteers in New Hampshire as it continues to build out its ground game in the early voting states.
A strong defensive effort led by senior linebacker Brett Snyder held Elmira's ground game to a field goal, setting up Zach Haxby's 1-yard touchdown run to seal the win for the Highlanders.
Indeed, Obama's impressive ground game during the 2008 election triggered an interest in understanding the role of field offices in presidential campaigns.
As usual, the Naps depend upon a punishing ground game to provide most of their offense.
We won because our policies resonated with the electorate, our ground game mobilized voters and our candidates connected with the American people," he said.
Issues with enthusiasm will affect this, but Democrats do have a very good, smart ground game with a lot of proven results in recent elections.
Spiller and Fred Jackson struggled through persistent and nagging injuries last season and Buffalo did not have comparable talent behind them to maintain the consistency of the ground game.