One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(especially in sporting contexts) get into one's stride or find good form.‘Agan got untracked in the second half when he scored’
- ‘He finally got untracked with a 76-yard touchdown drive, connecting on four straight passes.’
- ‘For West Texas another season had gone by in which its men's team never really got untracked.’
- ‘The team's potent running game has not been able to get untracked.’
- ‘The Cardinals did not get untracked the rest of the week, managing 12 hits and four runs while losing the next two games.’
- ‘The popular Philly veteran was a 3-1 underdog but he never allowed Trinidad to get untracked and capped the sensational TKO victory with a knockdown in the 12 th round to take the WBA crown.’
- ‘He, meanwhile, never got untracked, in large part because of the defense.’
- ‘Evening Attire never got untracked in his seasonal debut on June 11 at Belmont, when he finished sixth, 15 3/4 lengths behind Limehouse in the Brooklyn Handicap.’
- ‘The more the field is stretched against a Gophers secondary that has struggled at times, the easier it will be for the freshman running back to get untracked.’
- ‘Eventually, he got untracked and had his best day as a pro, carrying 30 times for 150 yards, a personal and team record.’
- ‘Though he could wind up with 30 home runs, he never really got untracked after having off season knee surgery.’
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