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“You knew it was pretty much over then because we had no timeouts,” Mahomes said.
With that absent, Brooks searched for some other answer all game, exhausting his timeouts before the end of the third quarter.
Frese called a timeout after the Badgers opened the second half with a 7-0 run, and the Terps promptly answered with a 13-0 burst of their own.
I have never once requested a timeout, nor have I been given one.
The legislation would have required any school that receives state funding to make a plan to reduce — and eventually eliminate — its reliance on any kind of timeout and restraint over the next three years.
BILL BANNING LOCKED SECLUSION AND FACE-DOWN RESTRAINTS IN ILLINOIS SCHOOLS STALLS AS LAWMAKERS RUN OUT OF TIMEBY JENNIFER SMITH RICHARDS, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, AND JODI S. COHEN, PROPUBLICAJANUARY 14, 2021PROPUBLICA
The least excusable was Coach Frank Reich’s misuse of timeouts.
Earlier in the 14-play, 80-yard drive, Notre Dame Coach Brian Kelly appeared to call for a punt on a 4th-and-8 play, but after a timeout, Book stayed on the field and completed a 15-yard pass to wide receiver Avery Davis.
After Franz Wagner dunked in transition off a turnover by Aaron Wiggins, Turgeon called a timeout with his team trailing by 10.
The Raiders chose not to try to score a touchdown, opting instead to run down the clock and force the Dolphins to use all their timeouts.
The Saints called a timeout before the touchdown but Kamara did not reenter the game.

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