Origin of the Hail Mary Pass?

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Hail Mary pass also referred as a Hail Mary play according to American football refers to any incredible long forward pass made in desperation with merely a small chance of success. This is usually at or near the end of a half match.
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A Hail Mary pass is the last, best option for a team with no means
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I don't think there is one. You can't chase money. You kind of lick your wounds. If you really want a Hail Mary pass, go down to your grocery store and buy a lottery ticket.
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None, by its own merit, completed or not. Should it be completed, and run for a touchdown/caught in the end zone, standard scoring conventions apply.
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Catholicism is idolatry.
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