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  • n. Plural form of fullback.

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Examples

  • I miss my youth soccer days when all the fullbacks were the fat kids.

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  • Housing pros even have a well-developed lingo to describe these people: retirees who move to the sun belt, dislike it and move back home are called "fullbacks," while folks who retreat to an in-between location (say, a Chicagoan who moves to Florida and then Tennessee) are called "halfbacks."

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  • That could mean more I-formation sets and more use of fullbacks T.J. Pridemore and Steven Wilks.

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  • Instead, Luis Enrique, who was missing his first-choice fullbacks, deployed a pair of players known for attacking, Simone Perrotta and Rodrigo Taddei, in those two defensive positions.

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  • He did this even though he had two able-bodied specialist fullbacks, Aleandro Rosi and Marco Cassetti, on the bench.

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  • McMichael will coach the fullbacks and tight ends.

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  • I don't know ... fullbacks don't generally get a lot of ink in match recaps.

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  • When the Bills saw the Patriots on the field with a personnel group or alignment that looked vulnerable to the run, they put their wide receivers or tight ends in motion and snapped the ball when they entered the offensive backfield— turning them into makeshift fullbacks to block for running back Fred Jackson.

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  • There also is a new face, one of the more venerable fullbacks the league has seen: Lorenzo Neal.

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  • The idea was to make Brazil water-tight defensively, while allowing Kaka and the front men with a little help from the attacking fullbacks to do damage on the other end of the pitch.

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