A term used originally used by Hank Stram, the coach of the Kansas City Chiefs in the 1960's during Superbowl IV, which describes consistently gaining yards and moving the football down the field against an opponents defense.
The term is now used by a multitude of sports anchors when reviewing football highlights.
"Yeah let's just keep matriculatin' the ball down the field, boys!" - Hank Stram
v. To Matriculate
Matriculate - To age, mature, or to improve/make better.
Ex. I must matriculate this cheese, before I can get a good profit from it.
Ex. Matriculate your essay, and correct your grammar mistakes, then I will take another look at it.
1. (v.) To incite. To make something happen.
2. (v.) To move from one venue to another.
1. Hey, i'm-a go pop at theze breezys and see what I can matriculate.
2. Thizz club is dead. Let'z go matriculate over to Jevaun'z house and see if tha house-party'z craccin.
verb: to enroll as a member of a body and especially of a college or university. (kind of sounds dirty, so it is good to use on dumb fucks who are fat and were only tshirts, also they want know the word b/c their being dumb keeps them from matriculating)
During the graduation ceremonies, Jack couldn't help but think of the first time that he and Stephanie matriculated.
To carry, esp. in football. Used most often by sports news anchors.
Watch as Dante Hall gets the punt and starts matriculating the ball down the field.