Pass Break

Some articles on pass break, pass, break:

Chevis Jackson - College Career - Junior Season (2006)
... two interceptions, and a team-high 14 pass break-ups ... Jackson was key on the Tigers' defense that ranked third in the nation in pass efficiency defense ... Jackson's pass break-up totals ranked second in the SEC ...
Quinn V Leathem - Judgment
... I will pass now to the facts of this case, and consider (1.) what the plaintiff's rights were (2.) what the defendants' conduct was (3.) whether that conduct infringed the plaintiff's rights ... involved in it cannot be confined to inducements to break contracts of service, nor indeed to inducements to break any contracts ... I pass on to consider what the defendants did ...
Quinton Andrews - College Career - West Virginia University - Redshirt Sophomore (2007)
... Marshall to record two tackles, one sack, and a pass break-up ... South Florida, he recorded a season-high nine tackles and a pass deflection ... he returned for the Louisville victory with four tackles and a pass deflection ...
Bernard Pollard - College Career
... He compiled 66 tackles (42 solo), one pass break-up and one fumble recovery ... He led the team with 96 tackles (58 solo), 2 forced fumbles, 1 sack, five pass break-ups and one interception He also blocked four kicks (two punts, one extra point and one field goal) ... Despite this Pollard still compiled 92 tackles (64 solo), 3 interceptions, 3 pass break-ups, 1 fumble recovery and 1 blocked punt ...

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