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Rush

Sudden, increased interest in a commodity. For example, a gold rush occurs when a large number of people flock to a certain area to mine for gold.
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And, of course, I was plainly wrong about Buckley and Rusher's continuance of their long association, for which I apologize.
* Pass rushers should disengage and take sharp pursuit angles, not "fishhooks" to the quarterback.
'I was sure it must have been a sock or a piece of scrunched up paper I certainly didn't expect to see Rusher wedged firmly in the pipe.'
The 24-year-old former Western Illinois rusher also leads the Claymores in receptions, proving he is as big a threat catching the ball as he is running with it.
"I think [my parents] influenced me very profoundly," says Rusher in an interview.
He can attack opposing offenses from any alignment although there are concerns on his lack of athleticism and explosiveness when compared to other pass rushers.
Williams emerged as BC's primary rusher in 2013, when he averaged 175 rushing yards per game and became the 16th player in FBS history to surpass 2,000 rushing yards in a season.
Bennett, a junior who transferred after backing up all-Pac-12 quarterback Marcus Mariota last season, carried 12 times for 106 yards as the Lions' leading rusher. He scored his first touchdown on a 3-yard run just 90 seconds into the game and added scores of 30 and 7 yards in the second half.
Many thanks to Daniel Oliver for his favorable review of my William Rusher biography ("Intelligent Design," Summer 2012).
William Rusher, National Review, and the Conservative Movement, David B.