The idea was to get the “pigskin” into the opposing village by any means possible.
In the sports world, she is a “ pigskin princess,” who loves Eli Manning and enjoys the chicken fingers at Giants Stadium.
A scrub player broke through, grabbed the pigskin, and was off down the field like a shot.
Time after time he took the pigskin and landed it for a gain.
Other patterns in less common use are those resembling morocco leather, pigskin, and patterns in fancy designs.
With the pigskin on Claflin's thirteen-yard line a score seemed certain.
Again the leather went into play, and once more each eleven did its level best to force the pigskin over the opponents' line.
Not even a pigskin document case or an overcoat with bulgy pockets.
The next moment, with considerable speed, the pigskin struck him full in the back.
The seats of good saddles are generally of pigskin, and the flaps of cow-hide.
To give someone bribe money, blackmail money, or the like: We'll have to pay them off handsomely to keep quiet (1930+ Underworld)