down-the-line


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adj.
1. unreserved; whole-hearted: a down-the-line endorsement.
adv.
2. whole-heartedly.
[1895–1900]
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Kim Gequillana swung a down-the-line hit to force a 28-all count in the fourth set then Kat Tolentino denied Myla Pablo and Bea de Leon soared for a quick kill as the Lady Eagles closed the match on a 3-0 run after blowing a 21-16 lead and two match points at 26-25 and 27-26.
Coaches flocked to schools such as Oklahoma to get a taste of Split-T option football or the down-the-line option by the Wing-T attack.
Whenever the corner sees the down-the-line action to him, he immediately comes up as the primary support on the corner.
The cross-corner (45 degrees) and 100% velocity hits (1) and down-the-line hits at 90 degrees and 50 to 75% velocity can become big parts of your offense.