Fourth Quarter

Some articles on fourth quarter, quarter:

Arena Bowl XX - Scoring Summary - Fourth Quarter
... ORL - 900 - 11 yd TD pass from Jake Eaton to Jimmy Fryzel (Taylor kick) (CHI 55-41) ORL - 404 - Joe Hamilton 5 yd TD run (kick failed) (CHI 55-47). ...
List Of Virginia Tech Hokies Bowl Games - Game Capsules - 2009 Chick-Fil-A Bowl
... Tech Hokies football team and 2009 Tennessee Volunteers football team 2010 Chick-Fil-A Bowl Quarter 4 ... Total Virginia Tech 37 ... Tennessee 14 ... Date December 31, 2009 Stadium Georgia ... In the first quarter, Rashad Carmichael intercepted a pass by Jonathan Crompton leading to a Williams third-down run from the 1 to give the Hokies a 7-0 lead ... this time from the 3, to push the lead to 14-0 in the second quarter ...
List Of North American Light Rail Systems By Ridership
... Association's Ridership Reports Statistics for the fourth quarter of 2007, unless otherwise noted ... Stations per Mile Year opened 1 C-Train Calgary 271,100 Fourth quarter of 2007 27.8 37 1.33 2 ... Green Line (MBTA) Boston 267,000 Second Quarter 2008 26.0 74 2.85 3 ... Toronto streetcar system Toronto 258 ...
List Of Career Achievements By Le Bron James - Cleveland Cavaliers Franchise Records - Playoffs - Free Throws
... Free throws made, quarter 10, fourth quarter, vs. 19, 2006 Free throw attempts, quarter 12, twice 12, fourth quarter, vs ... Detroit Pistons, 02006-05-19May 19, 2006 12, fourth quarter, at Orlando Magic, 02009-05-24May 24, 2009 Free throw attempts, overtime 6, first overtime, at ...

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