Scrimmage may refer to:

  • An exhibition game, an informal sports contest or practice match which does not go on the regular season record
  • Line of scrimmage, in American football and related games
  • Scrimmage vest, clothing used in practices as a substitute for a sports uniform
  • USS Scrimmage (AM-297), a U.S. Navy minesweeper built during World War II
  • Scholastic Scrimmage, a high school quiz bowl game show televised in Pennsylvania, US

Other articles related to "scrimmage":

Motion (American Football) - Requirements
... players in the backfield and not on the line of scrimmage may be in motion at the time of the snap ... in motion at one time, and the player must not move toward the line of scrimmage in his motion (in other words, he can only move laterally or backward) ... In no situation may the moving player begin on the line of scrimmage when he moves (in other words, offensive linemen are prohibited from motion prior to the snap) ...
Scholastic Scrimmage
... Scholastic Scrimmage is a high school quiz bowl game show airing on WLVT-TV and WPSU-TV (formerly WPSX-TV), and is hosted by Karen Walton and David Price respectively ... The WPSU version of Scholastic Scrimmage was canceled in June 2009 due to a smaller budget ...
USS Scrimmage (AM-297)
... USS Scrimmage (AM-297) was an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the U.S ... Scrimmage was laid down on 22 February 1943 by Winslow Marine Railway and Shipbuilding Co ...
Flexbone Formation
... two smaller running backs called slotbacks aligned behind the line of scrimmage on each side of the offensive line ... end all on one side of the center on the line of scrimmage and then the wingback off the line of scrimmage (as featured in the unbalanced formation ...
List Of National Football League Records (individual) - Professional Football Firsts - Scrimmage
... First 1,000 yards from Scrimmage season Beattie Feathers, 1,178 yards from scrimmage, Chicago Bears, 1934 First 1,500 yards from Scrimmage season Chet Mutryn, 1,617 yards ...

Famous quotes containing the word scrimmage:

    Always and last, before the final ring
    When all the fireworks blare, begins
    A tom-tom scrimmage with a somewhere violin,
    Some cheapest echo of them all—begins.
    Hart Crane (1899–1932)