It's a trick play where the quarterback fakes a pass, then just stands there with the ball in his raised hand (like the Statue of Liberty) and the halfback, running a crossing route, takes the ball out of his hand and runs with it. It's a high-school play, and it often doesn't work even at that level, because it develops too slowly and it's easy to read. You'll only see it in a high school (or lower!) game where one side is so far behind they're desperate enough to try anything.
Not necessarily true there. In the 2007 Fiesta Bowl, Boise State ran a variation of the Statue of Liberty play in overtime to score the winning points in an absolutely thrilling 43-42 victory over the University of Oklahoma. Click on the 'Boise State Statue of Liberty' link on this page to see the film of how they ran their version.
you are not allowed to play on the statue of liberty
the statue of liberty is a statue and liberty means freedom so you could call it statue of freedom. it represents the USA freedom and that why it call the statue of liberty.
statue of liberty
why did we get the statue of liberty
Statue of liberty symbolizes liberty and freedom.
The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island.
When was the statue of liberty adopted?
The Statue of Liberty is a female.
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Statue of Liberty in New York which liberty means freedom and can call it statue of freedom.