- n. alternative spelling of crunch time.
“Mason stars in crunchtime with Jackets record shutout streak”
“Mason stars in crunchtime with Jackets record shutout streak - USATODAY. com”
“The short middle linebacker with the big heart came up with the crucial red-zone turnover in crunchtime that allowed the Colts to improve their perfect record to 10-0.”
“In his impressive freshman season, John Wall became Kentucky's go-to scoring option in crunchtime, in addition to becoming known for highlight reel plays.”
“•Quarterback: Kellen Clemens must prove he can manage games, avoid mistakes and drive his team to wins in crunchtime the way Chad Pennington has over the years.”
“He is even better in crunchtime, with 15 career game-winning kicks, including nine in overtime.”
“But the Packers finished 6-10 last year because of their inability to stop opponents, especially in crunchtime.”
“It's getting toward a real crunchtime—power stations are going to start closing in 2016-17 and unless the market improves the supply security is going to get a bit shakier.”
“Recall the Shakespearean tragicomedy when Ted and Caroline Kennedy talked Bill Richardson into abandoning Hillary at primary crunchtime.”
“The Giants could not compensate for his absence at crunchtime last winter.”
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