How do you call play an audible in football
audible: Football: A play called by the quarterback at the line of scrimmage that changes the play called in the huddle. Also called an automatic.
Avco Cup: The championship trophy of the World Hockey Association.
baby split: Bowling: The 2-7 or 3-10 splits.
back: Football: A member of the offensive backfield: the quarterback or either of the two running backs; also, a member of the defensive backfield: either of the two safeties or two cornerbacks. Soccer: The right and left fullback and the right, left, and center halfbacks. Volleyball: Any of the three players positioned in the second row at the time the ball is served.
backboard: Basketball: The elevated board from which the basket projects. It can be rectangular (measuring four feet by six feet) or fan-shaped (54 inches wide).
back check: Ice Hockey: To skate back toward one's own goal while defending against an opposing player who is attacking.
backcourt: Basketball: That half of the court containing the basket a team is defending.
backcourt foul: Basketball: A foul against a team that is within that half of the court containing the basket it is defending.
backcourt violation: Basketball: A violation that results from a team's failure to bring the ball from its backcourt to its forecourt within 10 seconds after gaining possession.