Yard Touchdown

Some articles on yard touchdown, yards, touchdown, yard:

1948 Sugar Bowl
... In the first quarter, Texas scored on a 99 yard touchdown pass form Bobby Layne to Blount, as Texas opened a 7-0 lead ... In the second quarte, Alabama tied the game on an 8 yard touchdown pass from Gilmer to White ... Holder later returned an interception 18 yards for a touchdown making it 21-7 ...
Chris Johnson (running Back) - Professional Career - Tennessee Titans - 2012 Season
... games of the 2012 season gaining just 21 yards on a total of 19 rushing attempts, highlighted by an 11 carry-4 yard effort against the New England Patriots ... In week 4 he finally showed his abilities with 25 carries for 141 yards, but Tennessee still lost 38-14 ... He followed that up with only 24 yards on 15 carries against the Minnesota Vikings ...
Maryland Terrapins Football Under Jim Tatum (1947–1955) - The 1947 Season - 1948 Gator Bowl
... The Terrapins scored first when Gambino broke a 35-yard run for a touchdown in the second quarter ... quarterback John Rauch led an 87-yard drive capped by a one-yard dive into the end zone ... Maryland responded with an 80-yard drive for another score by Gambino ...
List Of Virginia Tech Hokies Bowl Games - Game Capsules - 1996 Orange Bowl
... quarterback Jim Druckenmiller put Virginia Tech on the board with a 19-yard touchdown pass ... Nebraska scored a field goal early in the second quarter and tacked on a touchdown to take a 10–7 lead halfway through the second quarter ... A Nebraska player scooped up the ball, returning it 31 yards for a touchdown ...
Mike Sebastian - College Career
5, 1932, Sebastian faked a pass, cut for the west sidelines, reversed his field, for a 45-yard touchdown run against a heavily favored Notre Dame ... That same year Mike caught a ball for 52 yards in a 0-0 contest against Ohio State ... a lifetime." Sebastian contributed to a hard-fought 19-12 Pitt victory over Penn by catching a 27-yard touchdown pass late in the game ...

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