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Snap (football): Quiz

  
  

Question 1: The snap, the set scrummage and ruck in today's rugby union, and the play-the-ball in rugby league have common origins in ________.
Olympic GamesIce hockeyRugby footballTouch football (rugby league)

Question 2: A snap (colloquially called a "hike", "snapback", or "pass from center") starts each ________ and Canadian football play from scrimmage.
Touch football (American)Gridiron footballAmerican footballArena football

Question 3: The opposing ________ wants to predict the snap, and build up speed such that he crosses the line of scrimmage exactly as the play begins, so as to increase his chances of getting a tackle for a loss, or a sack.
Defensive endLinebackerCenter (American football)Punter (football)
















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