when a player goes up against a player on the opposite team and reaches their hands over the net to stop the volleyball from coming over
if a defender kicks it over the line where their goal it is a corner
You can force a turnover three ways in the NFL. If a defender catches a pass it is called an interception. If a defender knocks the ball out of a ball carriers hands and then recovers it is called a fumble and a fumble recovery. If a defense stops a team from converting on fourth down it is called a turn over on downs.
Cant cross it. includes stepping over it or reaching over it
A 350 block with a 327 crank is called a 327. Bore it 60 over and it becomes a 337. Don't know what pop up heads are. Never heard of that.
It's when an offensive player blocks and knocks over a defender.
its when a player has a clear offensive advantage over his defender.
Change your move up. You have to keep the defender on their heels every time. You can use the most basic cross-over and behind the back. If you randomly switch your moves up, the defender never knows what your going to do so they might look for a cross-over to your right hand but you use a behind the back to your left and your defender goes right past you.
No. The scissors kick is an acrobatic over-the-head power kick (sometimes called a "bicycle kick"), while a step-over is a tricky move meant to deceive a defender while dribbling.
A tornado on water is called a waterspout. You will find a spray of water where the vortex reaches the surface.
get a big block or bore it 54 over