Stampede into - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
stampede someone or something into something
to cause people or other creatures to move rapidly into a place, in panic or as if in panic. The loud noises stampeded the crowd into the parking lot across from the stadium. The cowboys stampeded the cattle into the corral.
References in periodicals archive
The Monroe High of North Hills grad's speed helped the JetHawks take the San Bernardino Stampede into
extra innings in the season opener for both teams Thursday night.
This capability adds to the full featured acceleration solution provided by Stampede, and expands the usability of Stampede into
enterprises deploying mission critical, Extensible Markup Language (XML) intensive applications.
I hope to push Stampede into
the next level of industry stature through my sales and management efforts and plans that will be implemented over the next year," said Cordas.