bull rush

bull rush

n. Football
A rush by a defensive player, especially a lineman, directly at an offensive one.

bull rush v.
References in classic literature ?
"The man steps, out of the way and the bull rushes by," Harned interrupted.
Down with him!" Then, whirling up his cudgel, he rushed upon Robin as an angry bull rushes upon a red rag.
Whereas two of the best closers of our generation Mathis intermixing his wicked bull rush with patented spin moves, and Suggs stunning tackles with his length, strength and savvy left no doubt regarding their preferred QB paths and secondary tricks, Floyd's still appears to be crystallizing.
Its marshy fields filled with alligator flag, sawgrass and bull rush serve both the county's need as a collection area for stormwater and as a near-perfect avian habitat.
It's never easy to call a bull elk away from his harem of cows, but it can be done, and one way to do it is with the new Flextone Bull Rush Glunker" ($17.99).
This summer in Cincinnati, he introduced with a bull rush of a service return that was quickly called the SABR, for Sneak Attack by Roger.
Senior quarterback Kellen Strahm put the master stroke on the bull rush, scoring on a 28-yard run with 8:30 left in the period.
"We talk all the time about letting (quarterbacks) throw (in practice) and the bull rush stuff, but I'm glad he's OK.
Ice Cold Cat, owned by Al Nasseriyeh, trained by Alan Smith and to be ridden by Brett Doyle, is the favorite to win this race ahead of its nearest challengers Katmandu and Bull Rush.
Our ends or edge rushers will always set up their pass rush off their speed rush-mentality, and our inside big men will set up their pass rush off the bull rush. This fits into one of the most important aspects of being a great rusher--how to get the offensive lineman out of his power position.
BULL RUSH: Iestyn Harris breaks through the Warrington defence Pics: MAGI HAROUN' FLYAWAY PAUL: Deacon scores
A sprawling push away in the 22nd minute and a bull rush from goal to save with his knee prevented Owen notching.