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“Capt_Kirk_In_AZ likes the high-scoring affair -- for now: they abandoned everything they've been doing lately.”
“But these seven teams all have fattened up on patsy opponents and, with the exception of high-scoring Oklahoma State, haven't even looked all that good doing it.”
“Preamble: Surely we are all expecting a high-scoring shootout at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.”
“England have invested an awful lot of faith in these four bowlers when you consider that the only two Tests that have been played on this ground were both high-scoring draws, against South Africa and Sri Lanka.”
“Because last year's high-scoring offense is now missing WR Laveranues Coles, has two Pro Bowl backs — Thomas Jones and Leon Washington — unhappy with their contracts and will have an unproven quarterback whether Sanchez or Kellen Clemens starts.”
“If they shouldn't expect this sort of scoring output to be a customary occurrence, perhaps the Rangers learned Friday that they can win themselves the occasional high-scoring contest, if they have to.”
“Sean is absolutely correct about colleges rejecting high-scoring SAT applicants.”
“This box score suggests that Riggins carried 10 times for 12 yards in that game, a high-scoring loss.”
“Because only 73 of Division I's 345 teams are in the six major conferences, the small schools are more likely to have a few freakish teams that play at an uncommonly fast, high-scoring pace — like Virginia Military Institute, where Reggie Williams led the nation in scoring in 2006-07 and 2007-08.”
“Categories include: low and high-scoring titles for 2007 and 2008, low and high-scoring titles over the last 90 days, and, All-Time High and Low-Scoring Titles.”
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