- n. Plural form of halfback.
“Many older voters in South Carolina actually came from Florida - so-called halfbacks, who retired to Florida, decided it was too hot, and moved halfway back, to South Carolina.”
“The locals call them "halfbacks," since Asheville is halfway up the East Coast.”
“NC is closer to Virginia in that regard: lots of migration from the north including 'halfbacks' (northeastern retirees who go to Florida, can't cope with the climate, and head halfway back) and people employed in tech/science.”
“The halfbacks are pedestrian, Phillips often goes the wrong way and Jones always goes sideways.”
“Of course, if you're having difficulty seeing them, you won't be reading this.56 min: Ireland substitutions: halfbacks Murray and O'Gara are replaced by Eoin Reddan and Johnny Sexton.”
“They have used only halfbacks and tight ends to fill that job since Kreider left the Steelers.”
“We were doing things that weren't done by other coaches: running halfbacks into pass patterns, using (multi -) receiver (formations), running pitches to the back around end.”
“The quarterback had three options - to hand off to the fullback, keep the ball or pitch to one of the halfbacks.”
“Donny Anderson, a Texan, had never played in weather like this before, but he had no choice because Elijah Pitts, one of the other halfbacks, was out for the year.”
“Some were “halfbacks” — retirees originally from the North who ventured “halfway back” to Georgia or the Carolinas — but young families fled, too.”
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