Florida State vs. Florida
Apparently on placing the ball over the line after making his legendary run, William Webb Ellis asked his Sportsmaster: "Was it a goal?" The Sportsmaster replied: "No, but it was a good try." I read something different. It's called a "try" because when rugby was first played a touchdown was only worth one point and its real value to a team was to give them the the right to try to kick a goal (a conversion kick). This was worth three points. So people celebratied this chance to try to score a goal, winning the "try", not the mere one point touchdown itself.
"Winning is an habit" is not a right sentence. It should be winning is a habit.
none because they suck. like when tom coughlin told Matt dodge to kick it outbounds and he kicked a line drive right to poopy deyshaun Jackson and he muffed picked it up and got the game winning touchdown right when the clock expired.
Generally, the pitcher who last pitched for the winning team right before the winning team took the lead for good, except that the starting pitcher cannot get credited for a win unless he pitches at least 5 innings (and his team takes the lead for good).
"I had to use a conversion factor to get the right unit for my answer on my chemistry quiz."
2002, right before the 2006 world cup when Italy cheated into winning against France in the world cup finals.
Your percentage is 70. I cannot tell if that is winning.
Constantine's so-called vision was right before the battle of the Mulvian bridge. The battle of pons milvius
Unfortunately we'll never know. But Jeff Fisher is a fairly conservative coach and probably would have just kicked the extra point to put the game into overtime.
Watch for the right timing; the pattern is always the same. When the coast is clear, RUN!
Yes, winning is a verb, the present participle (win, wins, winning, won); winning is also a verbal noun (gerund), and an adjective. Examples:Verb: We were winning the game right up to the final buzzer.Noun: Winning is better than losing but playing is the best part.Adjective: We will congratulate the winning team with smiles on our faces.