Yard Touchdown Run

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Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1970–1979 - 1977 - Orange Bowl
... Roland Sales of Arkansas rushed for 205 yards on 23 carries, setting an Orange Bowl record ... Sales would hold the record until Ahman Green carried for 206 yards in 1998, beating Sales by a single yard ... Sales bagan the scoring on a one-yard run after a Billy Sims fumble ...
Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1970–1979 - 1975 - Game Notes - Cotton Bowl
... summary Quarter Time Drive Team Scoring information Score Plays Yards TOP ARK UGA 12 ... UGA 35-yard field goal by Alan Leavitt 10 ... UGA Gene Washington 21-yard touchdown reception from ...
Arena Bowl IV - Game Summary
... Quarterback Art Schlichter getting a two-yard and a five-yard touchdown runs on Quarterback sneaks ... continued to score, with FB/LB Alvin Rettig getting a one-yard touchdown run and catching an 11-yard touchdown pass from Schlichter ... board with FB/LB Mitchell Ward getting a one-yard touchdown run, while Quarterback Ben Bennett completed a six-yard touchdown pass to WR/DB Aatron Kenney ...
1997 Aloha Bowl
... to a strong start quickly, capitalizing on a 33 yard touchdown run from running back Rashaan Shehee to take a 7-0 lead with just 1 minute elapsed ... Shehee would finish the game with 195 rushing yards and two touchdowns ... quarterback Brock Huard threw a 15 yard touchdown pass to Fred Coleman as the Huskies built a 14-0 lead ...
Arena Bowl V - Game Summary
... with Quarterback Jay Gruden getting a one-yard touchdown run, yet the Drive responded with Quarterback Art Schlichter completing a 10-yard touchdown pass to WR/DB Gary Mullen and a 32-yard touchdown ... Bay struck back with Gruden completing a 13-yard touchdown pass to WR/LB Stevie Thomas ... began to take control with FB/LB Lynn Bradford getting a three-yard touchdown run, while Gruden and Thomas hooked up with each other again on a 42-yard touchdown ...

Famous quotes containing the words run and/or yard:

    You run ahead?—Do you do it as a shepherd? Or as an exception? A third possibility would be as a runaway ... First question of conscience.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    He slipped his hand and ran away!
    He hadn’t gone a yard when—Bang!
    With open jaws, a lion sprang,
    And hungrily began to eat
    The boy: beginning at his feet.
    Hilaire Belloc (1870–1953)