noseguard


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noseguard

(ˈnəʊzˌɡɑːd)
n
(American Football) (in American football) the innermost of five linemen on a defensive team
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Our noseguard, Leo Ramirez, a senior, is clearly one of the best linemen around,'' Walker said.
A 160-pound center from one of Santa Clarita Christian's eight-man opponents will spend a sleepless night worrying about facing 6-4, 295-pound noseguard John Grayem.
Many 4-3 schemes designate the weakside tackle as the Noseguard or one of the ends as a Force or Quick End.
Launched in 1998, McDonald Ferguson, a former University of Florida noseguard, is the first minority business owner to compete within the niche market of sports apparel.
Toby Robinson will anchor the defense from his noseguard position.
Senior Fred Gamble's shift from noseguard to inside linebacker at least is partly credited for the resurrection of the Cowboys' season.
Noseguard vs Center Matchup: Every Wing-T coach deploys his most agile, athletic lineman at the guard positions.
Much of that success can be attributed to the play of a sophomore group that includes linebackers Mitch Harkley and Leslie Davis, strong safety Malcolm Munnings, cornerback Kehan Rahming and noseguard Cesar Zendejas.
The center locks onto the noseguard and the guards step down and squeeze the A gap, looking for a LB blitz and helping out on a noseguard slant.
Among the underclassmen already making an impact are linebacker Andy Watts, defensive tackle Mike Berry, free safety Tommy Caton and noseguard Brian Wilson.
Linebacker Joe Martin and noseguard Alex Williams are the heart and soul of the Spirits' defense.
Cal senior noseguard Jacob Waasdorp (Quartz Hill) had three assisted tackles for the Bears.