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pigskin

n. a football. (Alludes to the covering on an American football.) Fred kicked the pigskin through the goal posts and won the game.
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The Northern Boys Club brand also takes its cues from the past, but a time when footballs were pigskins and the Marquess of Queensbury was still drawing up his list of rules.
As the cliches fly faster than the pigskins (which is pretty fast; one of ``Varsity's'' best elements is its copious game footage, shot by ``Waterboy'' and ``Jerry Maguire'' pro Charles Cohen), the young actors give it the old school try.
Fans in North Mississippi who don't make the road trip with the teams will still be able to watch the televised games on a giant-sized jumbotron screen and tailgate with other fans as part of the "C Spire Pigskins in the Park presented by BancorpSouth" event on Saturday, Oct.
Simpson, through his solely owned corporation, Pigskins Inc.
Photo: (Color) The Three Stooges action figures on sale at Target stores are based on the 1934 movie ``Three Little Pigskins.