Quotes about stacking (16 Quotes)

    He was asking too many questions and he was asking them too quickly. They were stacking up in my head like loaves in the factory where Uncle Terry works. The factory is a bakery and he operates the slicing machines. And sometimes a slicer is not working fast enough but the bread keeps coming and there is a blockage. I sometimes think of my mind as a machine, but not always as a bread-slicing machine. It makes it easier to explain to other people what is going on inside it.

    We would end up with two railroad crossings instead of a single railroad crossing and that would create some operational problems with stacking up cars when a train might be coming. It is also very difficult to have the railroads come up with a new crossing because they are mandated by Congress to eliminate roadway crossings.

    I don't think we need to radically change incentives and financial programs. It's more about coverage and enablement than anything else. We are not interested in creating a lot of stacking. We are protecting the investment our current partners have made.

    Teams knew we were going to run the ball and they were stacking guys up there. I think that's a credit to our offensive line for doing a real good job for us, being able to run it pretty effectively, and definitely to Thomas. He's done a tremendous job and has all year. He's been very consistent for us.

    As it is right now, these guys are stacking up on talent, and they're able to get foreign skiers that we're not able to get because they can pay for all the tuition. They're able to go into Russia and to France, and they get these up-and-coming international stars.

    Sometimes, teams need confidence, ... They need to feel what that gel is like, when everything seems to go right. We've got a couple home games here. I think it would be a good opportunity to start stacking some wins up.

    We saw what they were doing when we went to two tight ends. They were really stacking everybody up, especially to the strong side. We went to the play-action. We thought we had a real good shot at hitting it. And if we didn't hit it down the field, we had an out with Thomas in the flat.

    With Sugar-Salem stacking the line of scrimmage to stop Marsh Valley's potent rushing game, the Eagles' coaching staff called a play-action pass, which left Tim Palmer wide open down the right sideline. He ran 70 yards for the score. They were loading the box up, ... They were bound and determined not to let us run, and we were taking advantage of that. Our game plan is to run the ball always, we throw it when we want to.

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