Fourth Quarter Droughts Concern Vanderbilt Premium Story

Kwane Doster (AP Photo)
Kwane Doster (AP Photo)
By Bill Trocchi
Staff writer
Date: Oct 13, 2004

Football players often like to hold up four fingers at the end of the third quarter, indicating the final 15 minutes will be their best of the game. For the Vanderbilt offense, players may as well stick the thumb out as well and indicate a Stop sign.

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