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  • v. Present participle of overpursue.

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Examples

  • His most obvious negative seems to be overpursuing, and he will need to play with more discipline in the NFL.

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  • The Bengals didn't have to do much more than hand the ball off to Benson, the former Chicago running back who found plenty of room against the Browns 'overpursuing defense.

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  • Apparently Coach Payton thought Tampa was overpursuing Bush, and could be tricked with a reverse.

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  • Rushing defense — The Bears run defense, ranked sixth in the league (99. 4-yard average), had problems stopping the Colts 'inside game, often overpursuing plays.

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  • Wallace is also more mobile than injured Matt Hasselbeck, so the Rams need to be wary of overpursuing.

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  • Then, with time running out in the half, Skinner found Morton downfield near N.C. State's 30, and Morton spun back toward the middle of the field against the overpursuing defense and raced in for the long TD just before the break.

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  • They were overpursuing in some cases and just gave me the opportunity to cut it back.

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  • KU might have to rely on jump shots if it can't figure out a better way to attack KSU's overpursuing defense.

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  • Chykie Brown had the worst first quarter a DB can have, overpursuing on the backside on the reverse, making a mental error looking back for the ball on a 31-yard completion, and drawing

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  • For all his positives, Norton seemed to have issues with guys being out of position and overpursuing.

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