Yard Field

Some articles on yard field, yard, field, yards:

1987 Philadelphia Eagles Season - Games Recaps - Week 11
... Patriots (5–6) 31 ... SCORING PLAYS PHIL NE TIME 1st Eagles Paul McFadden 19 yard field goal 0. 2nd Patriots Tony Collins 24 yard pass from Tom ...
Leigh Tiffin - College Career
... Tiffin was a hero, kicking the game-winning 47–yard field goal, in Alabama's 13–10 win over Vanderbilt on September 9, 2006 ... very strong Arkansas team, he would miss three field goals in a 24–23 overtime loss, including the game-tying extra point ... The highlight of his sophomore year was when he went 4–4 in field goal attempts (39, 51, 29, 50) in a losing effort against Mississippi State ...
2009 SEC Championship Game - Scoring Summary
... Time Florida Alabama 9 ... plays, 47 yards 423 Alabama Leigh Tiffin 48–yard field goal 8 ... plays, 76 yards 356 Alabama Mark Ingram 3–yard run, Leigh ...
1987 Philadelphia Eagles Season - Games Recaps - Week 9
... Eagles (4–5) 17 ... SCORING PLAYS NY G PHIL TIME 1st Eagles Randall Cunningham 4 yard rush (Paul McFadden kick) 7 ... Eagles Paul McFadden 25 yard field goal 10 ... giants Lionel Manuel ...
Arkansas Razorbacks Football, 1970–1979 - 1971 - Liberty Bowl
... The Volunteers took the lead first, with a two yard run by Bill Rudder ... The Hogs responded with a 36-yard TD strike from Joe Ferguson to Jim Hodge ... until the fourth quarter, when Razorback Bill McClard kicked 19- and 30-yard field goals ...

Famous quotes containing the words field and/or yard:

    Hardly a book of human worth, be it heaven’s own secret, is honestly placed before the reader; it is either shunned, given a Periclean funeral oration in a hundred and fifty words, or interred in the potter’s field of the newspapers’ back pages.
    Edward Dahlberg (1900–1977)

    I do not believe in erecting statues to those who still live in our hearts, whose bones have not yet crumbled in the earth around us, but I would rather see the statue of Captain Brown in the Massachusetts State-House yard than that of any other man whom I know. I rejoice that I live in this age, that I am his contemporary.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)