A point equally distant from the extremities of a line, figure, or body, or from all parts of the circumference of a circle; the middle point or place.
The middle or central portion of anything.
The second most important man on the field goal unit. He snaps the ball back (hopefully quickly) and accurately, to the holder. Always thank him, regardless of whether the snap is good or bad.
The offensive lineman in the middle of the line: gives the snap. Sentteri (Arolainen)
One of three forward positions and the player who usually takes face-offs.
To place text (or any object) horizontally or vertically in the middle of a page.
the piece of ground in the outfield directly ahead of the catcher; "he hit the ball to deep center"
the middle of a military or naval formation; "they had to reinforce the center"
(basketball) the person who plays center on a basketball team
(football) the person who plays center on the line of scrimmage and snaps the ball to the quarterback; "the center fumbled the handoff"
(ice hockey) the person who plays center on a hockey team
the position on a hockey team of the player who participates in the face off at the beginning of the game
the position of the player on the line of scrimmage who puts the ball in play; "it is a center's responsibility to get the football to the quarterback"
a position on a basketball team of the player who participates in the center jump to start the game
a position in basketball A centre is also a position in ice hockey
The player in the middle of the offensive line who snaps the ball between his legs to the quarterback. Is the man charged with calling out blocking assignments for the offensive linemen.
leads the attack by carrying the puck on offense and exchanging passes with his wings to steer the play toward the enemy goal; on defense, he attempts to disrupt the opponent through forechecking, backchecking, and helping his defensemen in the defensive zone.
Also called the "pivot player;" an offensive position typically played by a tall player who plays mainly in the key areas (at the post).
to pass the ball from the side of the field into the middle of the field.
Often the tallest player on the team. Normally plays close to the basket and is responsible for getting rebounds and blocking shots.
The player in the center of a team's forward line. He takes most of the faceoffs and often leads an attack by carrying the puck into the attacking zone, then shooting or passing to a teammate.
The offensive line player who “hikes” or “snaps” the ball to the Quarterback. In 11-person football, the center cannot receive passes from the Quarterback. In GRFL play, the person who hikes the ball is an eligible receiver.
An offensive line position at the center of the line of scrimmage. The center snaps the ball to the quarterback or punter.
The four squares in the middle of the board.
he center player in the forward line who usually leads the team's attack when they are trying to score a goal. The center takes part in most of the face-offs and plays between the left and right wing.
The difference in thickness between the middle and edges (average) of a sheet.
The middle of the three attacking players, who are "forwards".
a player position on offense. The center snaps the ball.
the center player in the forward line who usually leads his team's attack when they are trying to score a goal; he takes part in most of the face-offs; he controls the puck and tries to score or pass it to a teammate who is in a better position to score a goal.
the most important man on the punting unit. He snaps the ball back to the punter.
The center of a position is the set of interior discs.
The middle offensive lineman that snaps the ball to the quarterback.
a pass from a player located near the sideline towards the middle of the field; used to get the ball closer to the front of the goal; also called a cross.
The offensive lineman in the middle of the offensive line, who snaps (hikes) the ball to the quarterback to begin each play. Centers need to be strong and powerful, with the ability to block defenders well.
the offensive lineman who snaps the football to the quarterback
1) Center of a face. This is the point around which the side rotates, but the center itself doesn't change its position. 2) any block that's not a corner or mid. In case of confusion: centers of definition 1 are always in the right place, so don't have to be solved (in fact, they cannot be moved and define what the end result will be!)
usually the tallest player on the team; one who is in the center of the offense who takes the tip-off and is usually stationed in post position on offense.
The center is one of the standard positions in a regulation basketball game. The center is normally the tallest player on the team, and often has a great deal of strength and body mass as well. A typical NBA center is 6'10" (2.08 m) or taller.
Center (C) is a position in American football and Canadian football. In modern professional football, centers are usually the smallest offensive linemen, but this is not to say that they are unimposing. An average NFL center would weigh in at over 300 lbs (130kg) and stand over 6 feet (180cm) tall.