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grope

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bungle

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to reach about or search blindly or uncertainly

to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

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feel about uncertainly or blindly

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make one's way clumsily or blindly

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handle clumsily

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drop or juggle or fail to play cleanly a grounder

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Quizz Rodgers said the reason for his lack of fumbles is following the advice of running backs coach Reggie Davis to hold the football "high and tight, make sure you secure the ball.
I guarantee you if they'd have called it a fumble, nobody on the San Diego side would have argued.
Ziggy Luman returned one of the fumbles 27 yards for a score, while Scott Aubuchon had the other, carrying it over from 6 yards out.
Well, for perspective, the 1970 Oregon football team had 50 turnovers - 28 interceptions, 22 lost fumbles - so it only seems like you've seen that many this season.
Fumbles do not allow teams to win national championships, and the loss to Oregon State might have ended the No.
They've forced seven turnovers in the last three games, six of them fumbles.
Thor Thomas' recovery of Fort's fumble at midfield with 2:14 to play set up the tying touchdown.
An All-Marmonte League first-team selection, the 6-foot, 225-pound D'Ascenzo also recovered three fumbles and intercepted a pass.
Javonte Holmes has a team-high six interceptions for the Cougars, and Joey La Rocque has registered 11 sacks, 80 tackles, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries.
After Tony D'Ascenzo recovered a fumble, the Lancers scored in three plays, capped by Traylor Molm's 13-yard run.
1 -- color) UCLA's Justin London (9) argues with a referee after a whistle negates a potential USC fumble in the third quarter.
The 11th-seeded Chancellors recovered two fumbles and returned a kickoff for a touchdown in the first half to stay in the game, but ultimately they couldn't keep up with the sixth-seeded Gauchos' running attack and lost 38-21 in a City Section championship bracket first-round game Thursday afternoon at Narbonne High.
Fumbles were lost from unlikely players in Bragg and Drew.
But on Saturday, the defense did not allow a touchdown, had seven sacks, five interceptions and forced two fumbles.
Bryan Rey and Matt Hillier recovered fumbles for Loyola.