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 n.— «Oklahoma’s second TD was a trick play—a “fumblerooski.” Quarterback Charles Thompson laid the ball on the ground and All-America guard Mark Hutson picked it up and ran 29 yards for the score.» —“It’s Hurricanes’ season” by Bruce Lowitt St. Petersburg Times (Florida) Jan. 2, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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