Yards

Some articles on yards, yard:

Urban Meyer - Coaching Career - Utah
... In 2003, QB Alex Smith threw for 2,247 yards with 15 TD vs 3 INT and ran for 452 yards with 5 TD ... In 2004 he threw for 2,952 yards with 32 TD vs 4 INT and ran for 631 yards with 10 TD ...
Elbert Dubenion
... Buffalo Bills in 1960, DuBenion had seven touchdowns and 752 receiving yards on 42 catches, a 17.9 yd/catch average ... He ran 16 times for 94 yards and a touchdown, a 5.6 yd/carry average ... tighter and deeper coverages, he upped his production as a runner, rushing for 173 yards and a touchdown on just 17 carries, a 10.3 yd/carry average ...
Urban Meyer - Coaching Career - Bowling Green
... in 2001, Harris would throw for 1,022 yards with 9 TD and also run for 600 yards and 8 TD ... The next year he would throw for 2,425 yards with 19 TD and run for 737 yards with 20 TD ...
2004 Green Bay Packers Season - Season Statistical Leaders
... Passing Yards Brett Favre 4,088 Yards Passing Touchdowns Brett Favre 30 TD Rushing Yards Ahman Green, 1,163 Yards Rushing Touchdowns Ahman Green, 7 ...
2006 Auburn Tigers Football Team - Game Notes - Arkansas State
... held Arkansas State out of the Sun Belt Conference to 177 yards total offense as the Tigers shut out the Indians 27–0 ... Frehsman running back Ben Tate rushed for 93 yards Brad Lester ran for 62 yards ... Courtney Taylor caught four passes for 116 yards, including a 13-yard reception for a touchdown, and the Tigers improved their all-time record against ...

Famous quotes containing the word yards:

    In football they measure forty-yard sprints. Nobody runs forty yards in basketball. Maybe you run the ninety-four feet of the court; then you stop, not on a dime, but on Miss Liberty’s torch. In football you run over somebody’s face.
    Donald Hall (b. 1928)

    The growing of food and the growing of children are both vital to the family’s survival.... Who would dare make the judgment that holding your youngest baby on your lap is less important than weeding a few more yards in the maize field? Yet this is the judgment our society makes constantly. Production of autos, canned soup, advertising copy is important. Housework—cleaning, feeding, and caring—is unimportant.
    Debbie Taylor (20th century)