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pooch punt

pooch punt
 n.— «Hayes is instructed to “pooch punt” inside the 20, setting up ill-field position for the opponent.» —“Special Teams Make a Splash For Redskins” by Gary Pomerantz Washinton Post Oct. 7, 1983. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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