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Threes and out vs three and outs
Second or third time I've heard BA refer to it as threes and out. Ive always said three and outs when referring to multiple 3 and outs. See there I did it again.
Is he grammatically (or just football terms) correct?
I know I bring only more controversy to this board so I please ask that everyone be civil. Please