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  • noun Plural form of Red Wolf.

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Examples

  • Next up for the Red Wolves is a trip Saturday to Nebraska, which opened its season with a

    Brownsville Herald :

  • It's entirely possible that his Red Wolves could take the Sun Belt auto-bid and be the only one of these three schools to play in the NCAA tournament this year.

    Eric Angevine: Anatomy of a Coaching Change

  • The house where I grew up in Texas backed on a large wooded area, and we used to see Red Wolves stalking the edge of the property circa 1975.

    So I had this weird dream, see....

  • Arkansas State made two long field goals with two different kickers, knocking in a 49-yarder by Bobby Zauld and a 47-yarder by Brian Davis that handed the Red Wolves an 8-7 lead before Illinois responded with some key pass plays.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Safety Supo Sanni knocked another Red Wolves receiver so hard he coughed up the ball, and Justin Green recovering the fumble.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • "I think that safety was a big momentum change," Red Wolves coach Hugh Freeze said.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Red Wolves' defense stopped the 13th-ranked Hokies on five plays after the opening kickoff Saturday, then needed only three plays of its own to cover 59 yards and grab a confidence-building 7-0 lead.

    The Seattle Times

  • Both Freeze and the Red Wolves' new coach - former Auburn offensive coordinator Gus Malzahn - watched the game at Ladd-Peebles Stadium, but were powerless to help as Northern Illinois rallied for the victory.

    The Seattle Times

  • Another defensive stand, albeit at their own 1 yard-line, gave the Red Wolves more confidence

    The Seattle Times

  • The Red Wolves finished with 269 yards, ending their string of 14 consecutive games with at least 300.

    The Seattle Times

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