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Foot

In accounting, a slang term for adding numbers vertically on a page.
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Basketball - Shantajah Marshall, Football - Adam Howard
The development of the American Football Coaches' Foundation in providing for major fund-raising initiatives to ensure the continued educational development of football coaches on every level.
Among the celebrities who have confirmed they'll attend are former major-leaguers Cal Ripken, Joe Morgan, Ozzie Smith, Kirby Puckett and Dave Winfield, actor James Caan, and UCLA football coach Karl Dorrell.
When a football is inflated or deflated beyond that ideal amount, it will not travel as far when it is kicked.
Both Outstanding professional football players tell their wartime stories in the upcoming DAV funded documentary GIs of the Gridiron, which is now being produced by Emmy Award-winning New Voyage Communications in Washington, D.
The second source of NFL head-coaching talent are the top coaches of college football programs.
In college, I played football for my dad at Baldwin-Wallace and enjoyed it.
I definitely want another ring,'' two-way football starter Sam Chamberlain said after making his wrestling season debut Saturday in the 215-pound weight class with four pins and a third-place finish at the Ontario tournament.
The enthusiasm for high school football is breathtaking, inspirational and uniting.
With the permission of the Board of Education, Brown took over the two or three junior high school football programs in town and attached them to the Washington High School program.
All 128 virtual football virtuosos will compete at the Grand Final using EA SPORTS FIFA 07 on the Xbox 360[TM] system, enjoying the most authentic virtual football experience to date.
But he was crying that I was ruining his chances of playing high school football.