- n. a team that plays football
“A pipe band had come to bid the football team farewell and stood with pennons flying, plaids billowing, skirling a quaint version of “Now Is the Hour.””
“The only one who liked the new shoes was SS, who didn't hear the taunting “squish-squash, squish-squash” for a whole week, until some seniors from the football team decided they wanted the old SS back.”
“At several universities Mr. Cialdini found that students wore more school sweatshirts, baseball caps, scarves, and pins after the football team won than after it lost.”
“Like whether or not Veronika Gerard wore the same socks two days in a row in gym or if we should volunteer to be water girls for the JV football team when we were freshmen.”
“This prompted a very thin, moderately intoxicated Londoner named Nona to ask me a question: “Does every American football team have a pirate-oriented nickname?””
“It's really fascinating to hear your story of your first year, the first year at Chapel Hill High School, and to me it sounds as though what you're saying is your leadership, the black students and, was it the white students on the football team too, or did you perceive it just as the black students, who said that we're going to get along, there won't be any name-calling, there won't be any fights?”
“In order to, you paid a price to build a football team run by Peerman, or to play on the basketball team or be on the track team.”
“During one football game, he single-handedly scored all the points and beat our archrival, Bradley Tech, 52—0, and while he was still a student, he was elected assistant coach of the football team and, shortly thereafter, head coach.”
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