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An annoying and meaningless but for some unknown reason widely used expression in sports journalism and commentary. A likely corruption of the much more sensible 'get on track', referring to an athlete or team playing better after a period of subpar performance.
Joe Theismann: 'On the other side of the ball, who would have thought we'd be wondering when the Colts' struggling offense will get untracked?'

Reader: 'WTF does that even mean, Joe?'
by Doctorjay October 07, 2011
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