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Question 1: The center is the innermost lineman of the ________ on a football team's offense.
QuarterbackCenter (American football)American football positionsPunter (football)

Question 2: In some offensive schemes, certain plays will involve the "pulling" an ________ to block for the ball carrier.
Punter (football)Center (American football)American football positionsQuarterback

Question 3: This may be a center/guard double-team where the center and guard are assigned to the same target (usually a ________) to get extra push or drive.
Defensive tackleDefensive backCenter (American football)Guard (American football)

Question 4: In ________, the Dave Rimington Trophy is awarded annually to the nation's most outstanding center.
College basketballCollege footballBowl Championship SeriesCollege soccer

Question 5: According to ________ general manager Ozzie Newsome, "you need to have somebody who can neutralize that nose tackle.
Washington Redskins2009 Baltimore Ravens season2010 Baltimore Ravens seasonBaltimore Ravens

Question 6: Center (C) is a position in ________ and Canadian football (spelled centre in Canadian English).
Touch football (American)American footballArena footballGridiron football

Question 7: The center is also the player who passes (or "snaps") the ball between his legs to the ________ at the start of each play.
Punter (football)Defensive tackleCenter (American football)Quarterback

Question 8: Because bad snaps can ruin ________ plays and cause turnovers, some teams have a center who is specifically trained for snapping the ball in punt and field goal formations.
American football positionsCenter (American football)QuarterbackPunter (football)

Question 9: Most offensive schemes make adjustments based on how the ________ and linebackers align itself to the offensive line, and what gaps they line up in.
QuarterbackAmerican football positionsPunter (football)Center (American football)







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