- adj. attributive goal line
“What was keeping me up was the thought that the country might actually be able to pull our own victory out of what has been increasingly feeling like an end-of-the-fourth-quarter goal-line stand.”
“When he entered Saturday's loss to North Carolina during the third quarter, he fumbled the first snap, bobbled a few others and threw an interception at the goal-line.”
“He was replaced by redshirt freshman Ross Metheny, who promptly threw a goal-line interception on the first of his two drives.”
“He also filled in as a fullback during a late-game goal-line situaton Saturday.”
“The Redskins held Aaron Rodgers in check last Sunday, and even had a goal-line stand against the Packers that proved to be a pivotal moment in the game's outcome.”
“Worst Non-Challenge: Cutler's goal-line sneak during the peak of the third quarter lunacy was a touchdown.”
“He even leaped over an offensive lineman on a goal-line play, allowing inside linebacker London Fletcher to pop the ball loose from Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.”
“Center Nick Mangold, a Pro Bowler and the league's highest-paid player at the position, suffered a stinger during a goal-line drill in camp.”
“That came a day after full-contact goal-line drills.”
“Rodgers came out on top in a memorable opening-night duel with Drew Brees, and the Packers made a goal-line stand on the final play of the game to beat the Saints 42-34 on Thursday night.”
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