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The rule is being changed to eliminate sky kicks, but the coaches who employ the sky kick will merely switch to the squib kick.
What if head coach Lincoln Riley hadn’t called for that silly squib kick at the end of the first half, which took an unlucky bounce but undeniably helped give Georgia a little bit of momentum coming out of the locker room after a 55-yard field goal.
Then on the ensuing kickoff, Moore fumbled away Rockcastle County's squib kick.
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SQUIB KICK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of squib kick for English Language Learners
American football : a kickoff in which the ball is kicked so that it bounces along the ground
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