backward pass


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backward pass

[′bak·wərd ′pas]
(industrial engineering)
The calculation of late finish times (dates) for all uncompleted network activities for a specific project by subtracting durations of uncompleted activities from the scheduled finish time of the final activity.
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If a midfielder is going to make a forward pass or if he's going to take a touch and make a backward pass, he's got to make that decision.
Hourigan charged through Santa Barbara's offensive line, deflecting quarterback Russell McCarthy's backward pass at the Vaqueros 27-yard line.
On the first play from scrimmage, quarterback Alex Lucas hurled a backward pass to Randy Harrington, the backup QB who lined up at left end.
Elsewhere in the team,Magic Zurawski did a disappearing act and I believe Neil Lennon was presented with a set of crystal glasses after the match to mark his 10,000th backward pass in a Celtic shirt.
The officials correctly ruled that Kirby had fumbled a backward pass from Steve Young but was down when he fell on it because Falcons linebacker Cornelius Bennett landed on him going for the ball.
Rivers stepped up in the pocket, turned and threw a backward pass that glanced off fullback Jacob Hester's hands.
Defensive players may not rough an offensive player in position to receive a backward pass behind the neutral zone (i.
Milford put the game out of reach in the third quarter when junior Jared Casey received a punt, then fired a backward pass across the field to Chris Casey, who ran it 42 yards into the end zone to make it 17-0.
The Spartans continued to gain momentum and junior Jayson Gauvin, coming down the right side, took a backward pass from Woodward and wristed a shot past Goff's catching glove at 8:15, putting Oakmont ahead to stay.
He threw a backward pass to the right to Jean Baptista, then rolled left and caught Baptista's pass for a 21-yard touchdown.
Quarterback Graham Asum (100 yards rushing) sent a backward pass across the field to A.
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