A low line drive over the front line of the opposition on a kick-off.
(Pooch Kick) A low flat kickoff that is difficult to handle. It is often used when the receiving team has an effective kick returner or when the kicking team does not have a long ball kicker.
a type of kickoff in which the ball is intentionally kicked low to the ground, typically bouncing on the ground a few times before being picked up. This is done in the hopes of preventing a long return, as the ball is often picked up by one of the upmen as opposed to the designated kickoff returner.
a kick-off that rolls the ball along the ground. The way the ball is shaped will cause to it bounce awkwardly
A squib kick is a kick where the ball flies lower than usual. It is likely to be a compromise between the onside and standard kicks.
A kickoff that is intentionally of medium depth and intended for a player the middle row of blockers to run the ball back. The kickoff play is usually attempted when the kick returner is especially dangerous (ie Dante Hall) or when it will be the last play of the half. Kicking the ball deep may allow the return team to sufficiently set up their blocking and get a good return or all the way for a touchdown.
A Squib kick is a term used in American football.