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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of squib.


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  • That sentiment was echoed by linebacker Chris Wilson, who contributed to the team's litany of errors when he fumbled a squibbed kickoff at the start of the second half.

    Team still has confidence in Shanahan's plan

  • After Prater's 43-yarder tied it with 11 minutes left, the Broncos again were burned by a squibbed kickoff and Jackson's 8-yard touchdown run made it 30-23 with 8: 54 left.

  • The next time the Colts kicked off, they squibbed the kick.

    Super Bowl breakdown

  • But Auburn (5-3, 3-2), following a game-long pattern of keeping the ball away from LSU returner Trindon Holliday, squibbed the kickoff, giving LSU the ball on its 42. - College Football - Auburn vs. LSU

  • Jason Smith then squibbed a line drive on the ensuing kickoff that ricocheted off Buffs special teams captain R.J. Brown, who had turned his head at Smith approached the ball. - College Football - Colorado St. vs. Colorado

  • Smith squibbed it again, but this time, Wheatley returned it 68 yards before Smith corralled him at the Rams '21. - College Football - Colorado St. vs. Colorado

  • Mehlhaff squibbed the kickoff to one of the big bruisers along the front line and the Hoosiers got the ball at the 50. - Scores

  • An hour after the ordeal began, he squibbed through the hole I'd created.

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • While their fellows in France discovered beauty in smudged or squibbed evocations of flowers, hillsides or Tahitian girls, Eugenio Lucas was painting a woman aboard a donkey on her way to death in "Condemned by the Inquisition."

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  • CSU squibbed the kickoff, but Colorado returned it to the 40. - Scores


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