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 n.— «The play is called the “fumblerooski.” Steinkuhler picked up a deliberate fumble by Gill and ran around left end for the score that made it 17-7 with a minute still to play in the first quarter.» —“Nebraska Falls, 31-30, On Day of Upsets” by Michael Wilbon in Miami, Fla. Washington Post (D1) Jan. 3, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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