Definition of Line coach
1. Noun. An assistant football coach in charge of the linemen.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Line Coach
Literary usage of Line coach
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Football for Public and Player by Herbert Reed (1913)
"Granted that at any institution at any time there has been an unusually capable line coach, it too often happens that the technique taught by him is lost in ..."
2. Phi Delta Kappan by Phi Delta Kappa (1912)
"The principal here is in the same position as the special line coach who is dependent upon the head coach for instructions but who has the power to keep the ..."
3. The Electrical Engineer (1891)
"8s. to £7 per lamp, while for electricity it was £50 for a six-bodied Midland main line coach, or £4. 3s. 4d. per lamp. For trains running which were not ..."
4. Stories of Pennsylvania, Or, School Readings from Pennsylvania History: Or by Joseph Solomon Walton, Martin Grove Brumbaugh (1897)
"He carries in his coach the great showman, PT Barnum, and Jenny Lind, the sweetest singer that ever paid the fare, $ 17.25, to ride in a Stockton line coach ..."
5. American Football by Charles Dudley Daly (1921)
"Each day, or every other day, the line coach should have the various rush lines assembled in their proper positions ..."
6. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"Green line coach Return Fares The fare for each of the above journeys rose by arf. between January and June, 1962. OPERATING STATISTICS At the end of 1963, ..."