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Punt

Informal for a speculative investment. A punt is an attempt to make fast profits from an investment regardless of its underlying fundamentals. This means that a punt carries higher risks than most investments, but may see very high returns very quickly. Punts almost always are leveraged highly and are especially common in futures and options markets. They may utilize any of a number of techniques to make investment decisions. See also: Arbitrage.
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2003 Punting Statistics: It was our first season to use this punt formation along with its fakes and adjustments.
Read said the punting part of special teams play "is the most complicated.
When he arrived at UCLA, Kluwe began punting balls from midfield out of the end zone, over a 60-foot screen that borders the practice field and onto the roof of Pauley Pavilion.
Bellotti said the Ducks `shoot for' averaging 38 yards in net punting, and 35 is `acceptable.
With all the punting team having eligible numbers, you can set up some very interesting possibilities and a nightmare for the defense.
The punting team uses its normal coverage against the particular opponent, stressing any special keys that have been worked on during the week.
Most of the time, the Falcons squib the opening kickoff, rotate punting duties between four different players and cross their fingers on extra-point attempts.
There are three punting zones that usually require a specific strategy to ensure good field position, namely: