American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- La Follette, Robert Marion 1855-1925. American politician and reformer who served as a U.S. senator from Wisconsin (1906-1925). In 1924 he ran unsuccessfully for President on the Progressive Party ticket.
“Ezeff also forced Oregon receiver Cameron Colvin's last-second fumble through the end zone in the Bears 'win at Eugene last year.”
“Marcus Ezeff recovered Oregon's fumble on a punt return to set up Shane Vereen's 2-yard touchdown run with 8: 57 to play, and Cal persevered through the rain for a 26-16 victory to set up a showdown with Southern California next week.”
“Cal linebacker Matt Russi fell on the ball, but Ezeff came out of the pile with his latest game-changing play in this rivalry.”
“Five plays after safety Marcus Ezeff recovered Grigsby's fumble at Arizona's 43, Longshore hit Verran Tucker for a 2-yard touchdown pass.”
“Ezeff then returned his interception down the UCLA sideline midway through the quarter.”
“With 22 seconds to go, Oregon's Dennis Dixon hit receiver Cameron Colvin, who fumbled trying to reach the ball into the end zone when he was hit by Marcus Ezeff.”
“Rams linebacker Curtis Cornelson collared the onside kick and George Hill's 44-yard grab against sophomore Marcus Ezeff set up Kyle Bell's 3-yard run with 2: 54 left.”
“Sperry hopped off the field after a twisting tackle by Ezeff early in that drive.”
“Even if Cal was playing two deep safeties, the throw would probably have been still completed, although perhaps Ezeff would have made the tackle.”
“Since we are playing "what-if" - Why does Ezeff move up to show man-to-man prior to the snap?”
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