untrack

verb
un·track | \ ˌən-ˈtrak \
untracked; untracking; untracks

Definition of untrack 

transitive verb

: to cause to escape from a slump couldn't get untracked and played poorly throughout the game

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If Gruden untracks quarterback Derek Carr, who regressed last year, the Raiders will move upward. Tom Krasovic, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Former Raiders star Mike Haynes sees Jon Gruden as the answer," 15 June 2018 A year after winning here for his only Champions Tour victory, Daly never got untracked over his two rounds. Richard Dean, Houston Chronicle, "John Daly pulls out of final day of Insperity Invitational," 6 May 2018 Xavier-Butler is a must-watch, and Villanova seems to have the devil’s own time getting untracked against Marquette in Milwaukee. Charles P. Pierce, SI.com, "Villanova Is a Modern Dynasty With the Swagger Reminiscent of an Old Big East Team," 3 Apr. 2018 Between shooting woes and poor ball handling, UConn never got untracked offensively. USA TODAY, "Parks, Martin, lead Memphis over UConn 73-49," 16 Jan. 2018 The Columbia Eagles got big performances from Keondre Kennedy (25 points) and Lorenzo McGhee (23) to untrack the West Eagles. Anchorage Daily News, "In battle of Eagles, Georgia team prevails to take Alaska Airlines Classic tournament title," 28 Jan. 2018 But that stretch did give them and coordinator Kevin Wilson a chance to get their fast-paced offense untracked. Joe Juliano, Philly.com, "Gameday primer: Penn State has something else to prove to Ohio State on Saturday," 27 Oct. 2017 By time Etling got untracked, throwing for 137 yards and two TDs in the final eight minutes, the Trojans had enough left in the tank offensively to basically line up and run over LSU's defense. Ron Higgins, NOLA.com, "Desperate Tigers need to escape The Swamp with a road win," 6 Oct. 2017 Whether Temple’s offense, averaging an AAC-worst 16.2 points, can get untracked against a defense that is allowing 50.6 points per game. Marc Narducci, Philly.com, "An on-the-job learning experience for Temple QB Logan Marchi," 4 Oct. 2017

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1939, in the meaning defined above

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