noun, verb (used without object), scrum·maged, scrum·mag·ing.
Origin of scrummage
Examples from the Web for scrummage
The pain was considerable, and when dragged from the scrummage he was in a half-fainting condition.The Lighter Side of School Life|Ian Hay
The ball has just fallen again where the two sides are thickest, and they close rapidly around it in a scrummage.
In the American game there is no scrummage in the English sense, nor is the ball thrown in at right angles after going into touch.
They seldom go into the scrummage, but must have more coolness than the chargers.
As endless as are boys' characters, so are their ways of facing or not facing a scrummage at football.