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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of lateral.

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Examples

  • The Utes got their only touchdown when Johnson threw a short pass to wide receiver Jereme Brooks, who then lateralled to Brent Casteel to complete the 7-yard scoring play with 3: 23 left in the third quarter.

    USATODAY.com

  • Russell was hit by Phillips while passing late in the second quarter and the ball went straight to Cooper, who lateralled to Antonio Cromartie for a 14-yard gain.

    USATODAY.com

  • Three incompletions later, Leak hit Dallas Baker across the middle and Baker lateralled to Jarred Fayson, whose own lateral attempt turned into a fumble recovered by Patrick Lee.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Florida vs. Auburn

  • He handed off the distinction in 2000 to Faulk, who lateralled back to Warner in 2001.

    USATODAY.com - Ram tough together

  • On Cleveland's first snap, McCoy couldn't find an open receiver, and in a panic, lateralled to rookie fullback Owen Marecic, who recovered his fumble.

    chron.com Chronicle

  • Less than minute later, Rush forward Gavin Prout out-lateralled the Calgary defence to regain the lead.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • Jefferson lateralled to Spencer Ware, who heaved it downfield to a Rueben Randle for a 39-yard touchdown.

    CNN.com

  • Moore took a handoff for a big gain, and then, as he was being pulled to the turf, lateralled to Brett Anderson, who took it the rest of the way for the go-ahead touchdown.

    KELOLAND.COM: News, Weather and Sports

  • Orlovsky threw a pass to Furrey for a gain of 12 yards, and Furrey then lateralled the ball to Shaun McDonald, who tried to lateral it back to Orlovsky.

    Pride Of Detroit

  • Wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez lateralled to wide receiver Reggie Wayne.

    Colts.com Football News

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