turn over on downs
A "down" is the term for a single play (from scrimmage). On offense, a team has four "downs" with which to gain ten yards, or else they must forfeit possession of the football to the other team. When they do gain the required ten yards, they get a new series of four downs. This process continues until the team scores, or loses/forfeits possession of the ball.
Turnover: when a team with the football loses possession of it, and the ball is picked up by the opposing team, you have a turnover.Types of turnovers:Interception - a pass that is caught by the defender instead of the intended receiverFumble - when a player drops or gets the ball knocked out of their hands and the opposing team recovers
a turnover occurs when a player loses possession to the opposing team
In basketball, a turnover occurs when a player loses possession to the opposing team.
a turnover. the other team assumes possession and the game continues. a turnover. the other team assumes possession and the game continues.
I am a freshman football player but I would say midget football is cooler when you have a team like mine that always loses to them.
all of them
There is a change in posession, the team that shot the ball loses the possession
The verb to lose can be to misplace, or to fail to win a competition.Example : "The manager often loses his keys to the mailboxes."Example : "The football team loses more often than it wins."