I am a former coach and now have 9 of the 12 players from my team in college, 6 in the local community college on scholarship ( remember its the education that's important ) which feeds to 2 major colleges. 2 in the state university, and 1 in a div 1 college.
Get online and research ( its good for something other than My Space ) There are tons of colleges out there, send introduction letters to all possibilities no matter how remote, Have a 3 minute demo video disc made to send to interested schools ( my daughters cost $250 ) You will need to work hard at it, find all those schools little and big and let them know that you are out there, be positive and upbeat and write to the head coaches directly.
Finally some advise. Dont give up, a 2 or 4 year degree will put you 10 to 15 years ahead in resposibility and pay rate as compared to your peers who do not attend.
College sports...not sure what you mean by the question
Kevin Durant has played four seasons.
No ... while it is a rarity, a player can make an NFL roster without having played college ball. Some of the players in the NFL with no college experience were Michael Lewis who played for 7 seasons and was an All-Pro kick/punt returner in 2002 for the Saints ... Ray Seals who played for 8 seasons and was a starting defensive end for the Steelers in Super Bowl XXX ... Otis Sistrunk who played for 7 seasons and made the 1974 Pro Bowl team and was a starting defensive tackle for the Raiders in Super Bowl XI ... and Herb Mul-Key who played 3 seasons and made the 1973 Pro Bowl as a kick/punt returner for the Redskins.
He played 20 seasons.
They don't, as a group. Individual members went to any number of different colleges (most of them have already been to college, and played football there).
Rutgers and Princeton played what is regarded as the first college football game in 1869.
He played soccer at Furman University for two seasons before going to MLS.
*A number of U.S. colleges start playing the game between 1893 and 1895. *1934 was when the first college game was played. *It was staged in New York City's Madison Square Garden. *By the 1950s basketball became a major college sport.
John Wooden played three seasons (1929-30 through 1931-32) at Purdue University.
He played from 1989-1998. So he played 9 seasons.
Gilbert played two seasons of college basketball at the University of Arizona before declaring for the NBA Draft in 2001. He was a 1st round selection of the Golden State Warriors and played two seasons with the Warriors before being traded to the Wizards in 2003.
In the modern era Nolan Ryan has played the most seasons with 27. Ryan played from 1966-1993. One more player who played 27 seasons was Cap Anson who played from 1871-1897. The only active player who is still currently playing is Jamie Moyer who has played for 24 seasons.
He played for 8 seasons
Procell played high school ball at Ebarb High School in Ebarb, Louisiana. He played junior college ball at Panola Junior College and his last two seasons at Northwestern State in Natchitoches, Louisiana.
Center Mike Webster played 17 seasons.
Tommy John - 26 seasons
It is six or seven seasons.
Shaq has played 18 seasons in basketball. So sad that he is retiring this month
The first game between two colleges was played on January 18, 1896 between the University of Iowa and the University of Chicago. Chicago won 15-12.
Magic Johnson only played for one team during his NBA career, the Los Angeles Lakers. He played 13 seasons with the team and attended college at Michigan State.
The sport that Elisabeth Hasselbeck played while in college was softball. Elisabeth was a contestant on the reality show, Survivor. She was also a host on The View.Elisabeth Hasselbeck played women's softball for Boston College for 2 seasons; she captained them both, and in both they also won the Big East.