Where did college football begin?
Rutgers in 1869
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Answer . \nCollege football was the venue through which American football first gained popularity in the United States. College football remains extremely popular today among students, alumni, and other fans of the sport.
Answer \n. \n. \n1869 was the first season.\n. \n. \n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nThe first college football game was between Rutgers and Princeton at Princeton College. P.S.: Rutgers won.
During the modern era of college football the answer is the 2007 Navy vs. North Texas football game. Navy 74 - North Texas 62
LSU won the AP and UPI polls for the 1958 college football season. Their record that year was 11-0 and they beat Clemson in the Sugar Bowl by a score of 7-0.
the football is the game with number of player who play together not individualy ,it not only provide physical strength & mental skill to the plyer butalso its provides unity to the member to improve their power in group within rule without doing any wrong action, which gives lession to handle the… real problem of life of bigger task in easy way with group member ( Full Answer )
Answer During the game with LSU, I think the commentators said UF had the youngest program in the nation, with something like 73% underclassmen. Using the data published by Scout.com, Florida has 38 players with one or two years eligibility left (football seniors and juniors) and 40 players with… three and four years of eligibility left (football sophomores, freshmen, and redshirts). Using the same data, Boise State has 25 players in their last two years of eligibility, and 62 players with three or more years of eligibility left. By this data, it appears that Boise State is a much younger team than Florida. ( Full Answer )
The first college football game played in the United States was on November 6, 1869 between Rutgers and Princeton with Rutgers winning 6-4. Click on the 'First College Game' link on this page to read a detailed history of the game.
Ohio States Buckeyes of course. They aren`t even better than the Florida Gators. Michigan is better then Ohio State in so many ways. Ohio State fans are so mouthly. Yes Michigan is mouthly but not as much as Ohio State fans. They go overboard. They`re crazy. Buckeyes = suckeyes. You can`t get suck w…ith Michigan. So haha. Ohio State fan can say something to me but I`ll have a better comeback so there. Ohio State fans think they`re big and bad. They think they`re better than everybody else`s team. Mostly Michigan. Michigan beat the 57 times. We have them by 9 years in a rwo. They have us 7. Wow I`m scared. They suck and always will. And that`s the truth. ( Full Answer )
The original Hall of Fame was found in New York, New York, but later caught fire and perished. The third College Football Hall of Fame is in Madison Wisconsin, Illinois on route 183, just south of I-94.
Michigan - Ohio State by far, both are some of the greatest college football teams ever, and have a HUGE bloody history with each other.
The NCAA college football mascot for the University of Kentucky isa wildcat. The mascot for the University of Cincinnati is a bobcat.
Both footballs are the same length, but the college footballs are wider for the sports and not the balls college football has more teams but nfl has more money
Age does not matter. If you are good enough and have years of eligibility left, you can play. Look at Chris Weinke and BYU.
3L stands for 3 year L etterman. To L etter means the student athlete has met a specified level of participation and/or performance on a varsity athletic team, marching band, or in other performance school-sponsored activities. I would assume there 3L means 3 years experience in the school's fo…otball team. ( Full Answer )
You're both wrong. The Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) is America's oldest collegiate athletic conference - Founded in 1888 by Olivet College, Albion College, and Michigan State University. http://miaa.org/history/index.html The Big 10 IS the oldest Division 1 conference in th…e United States - Founded 1896 http://www.bigten.org/trads/big10-trads.html ------Type your answer here... sec ---------------Wrong the Big 10, which started as a Football conference in 1895. ( Full Answer )
Michigan Wolverines Virginia Tech - 10 or more wins each season for the past 7 years
The shortest college football game ever played was between NorthCarolina and Boston College in 2012. This game lasted for about 2and a half hours.
Ohio State and Michigan University Correction, Ohio State and the University of Michigan. In which, Michigan leads the series 57-42
Denard "Shoelace" Robinson for Michigan is the fastest QB in the nation. He runs a 4.3 40. or Pat White for WVU he plays QB but is faster than most RB's he set a record for the most rushing yards for a QB EVER!
Accuracy - Colt McCoy, Texas - 78% Season in the 2008 season (record). Throwing Distance: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma.
BCS stands for Bowl Championship Series, which was a form ofplayoff among college football teams between 1998 and 2013, todecide a "National Champion" for the year. It was replaced in 2014by the College Football Playoff system (CFP). The BCS and CFP were created because NCAA football does not have a…national championship tournament as do other college sports (e.g.baseball, basketball). Prior to the BCS, the football "champions"for a year were decided by voting or polls by variousorganizations. 2) BCS is used in some colleges to represent a baccalaureate degree- "Bachelor of Computer Science." 3) Texas A&M University uses the acronym BCS to refer to theregion around the school, centered in two cities (Bryan-CollegeStation). ( Full Answer )
There doesn't need to be Playoffs because there is a different system of determining who is in championship then in the NFL
That depends; who are you? If you were a past college football player who wants to return after playing four years, sorry, but you cannot return to play college football after your 4 years of eligibility are up.
Notre Dame has the most with 96 Hall of Famers, seven of them being Heisman winners.
College football started in 1869 when Rutgers University played Princeton University. Pro football was started in 1920 with twelve teams
college football is when you are in college and pro football is when you are out of college and also in pro football you get paid but not college football. you can get into pro by being a college player and getting drafted into pro.
You have to either ear a scholarship out of high school or you can get accepted into the school and tryout for the football team as a walk on
college football you only have 4 years to play and you don't get paid in nfl you get paid and choose when to quit
Yes. They are in the Pioneer league and went 5-6 this season, almost bowl eligible.
12 7 in the FBS,3 in the FCS,and 2 in the NAIA FBS-Florida,Florida State,Miami,Central and Southern Florida,Florida Atlantic and International. FCS-Florida A&M,Bethune-Cookman,and Jackssonville NAIA-Edward Waters and Webber International
Because the professional football and college football need distinct difference also players are still growing. College football is development and it is easier to fix throwing mechanics with a smaller football than with a bigger football.
Wow really college football playoffs? They don't have playoffs in college football. In division 2 and 3 they have it but not in a major college football.
In 2011, it will be a toss up between Tulane (Superdome) and the University of Texas at San Antonio (Alamodome), but I vote for the latter...
"no it cant ever touch the ground unless a fumble" Completely incorrect. A lateral pass can touch the ground in the NFL and collegiate football.
in the FBS there are 11 conferences(SEC, ACC, big 10, big 12, pac-10, big east, C-USA, sun belt, MWC, WAC, and independents)
The Snow Bowl, November 25, 1950 at The Ohio State Universityhorsehoe stadium, between The Ohios State University Buckeyes andthe Univeristy of Michigan Wolverines [3-9 final]."The game wasplayed in the teeth of a full-scale blizzard, five inches of snowon the ground and snow whistling through the a…ir, borne on a29-mile-per-hour gale. [OSU archives]" ( Full Answer )
the ball which is used is the a ball in shaped in circel and is skin colour which most guys have. Which tarra likes and michelle and emily they love them xxoxoxoxo
Currently the teams in the SEC are Florida, Alabama, Ole Miss,Mississippi state, Auburn, LSU, Kentucky, Georgia, Arkansas, SouthCarolina, Tennessee, Vanderbilt, Missouri, and Texas A&M.
There is only one that i know of and if it's not their isn't any other BIG awards, but the one that i know is the Heisman. The Heisman is offered every year to any player that is voted by the citizens. another is the Doak Walker Award. I thought the Heisman was voted on by sportcasters and former …winners. ( Full Answer )
No. The only football teams in AK are high school teams, peewee, and the Alaska Wild...they're in the IFL.
Ohio State Buckeyes . Texas Longhorns . Texas A&M Aggies those are just a few real big football colleges. add more if you like.
You have 'illegal touching' on a player when a kick is touched by the kicking team. The receiving team, regardless of the outcome of the play, can choose to take the play at that spot. There is also the concept of 'touching' when a receiving player touches the ball on a kick. At that point, the kic…king team can recover the kick and maintain possession. A "forced touch" is when that touch occurs because the opposing player 'forces' an opponent to touch the ball. For example, if a receiving player is being blocked by a kicking team player and the kicking team player blocks the receiving team player into the ball, the receiving team player is 'being forced to touch the ball by the block.' In this instance, the kicking team cannot recover the ball and maintain possession, because the touching of the ball by the receiving team was a 'force touch.' ( Full Answer )
Protective helmet of players choice as long as it is up to school and/or NCAA standards, shoulder pads, protective cup, cleats, an mouthpiece. Thigh, tail, and knee pads are highly encouraged but not required.
this isn't all but there is the SEC, the PAC-10, the MAC, the BIG-10, the ACC, the WAC and a bunch more.
it starts after the regular season which ends in december. There is the orange bowl, fiesta bowl, sugar bowl, the rose bowl and the BCS national championship game the last game of the season
Football is football, right? Well, though the basics of the game are the same and the uniforms are equally padded, there are some major differences between college football games and NFL Football. Some of these differences are noticeable to the naked or uninformed eye and some are not. Ultimately, f…ootball is football: there are touchdowns, fans, tailgate parties, and helmets. The biggest difference between college football games and NFL football is that NFL players are considered professionals and are paid more. They not only get a larger salary or contract, but they can also participate in any number of paid endorsements. College football players are not on salary, though many of them are on athletic scholarships of some sort. They may also receive a stipend, but it's nowhere near the millions professional NFL players make. If college football players make money from playing football, they are then deemed professional and may have to forfeit the chance to play for their school. Additionally, as one would guess, college football players have to attend class and meet a certain GPA, among other restrictions while professional NFL players do not have these restrictions. Most NFL players are bigger than college football players, and this is because they have more time to dedicate to working out. They have trainers and doctors and other professionals on call to help them perfect their minds, bodies, and performance. Additionally, NFL players have access to gyms, other facilities, and products as most college football players do, however more resources go into this for a professional team than most college football teams. There are some differences between the rules of college and NFL football, and many of them are quite minor. One of the biggest differences is linked to the fields the players play on. The hash marks on NFL fields are narrower than the ones on college football fields, and this is because pros start play towards the middle of the field and the marks don't end up meaning much when it comes to the calling of plays. In college football games, the marks are wider because they are used more. It makes kicking games harder to manage. Additionally, the marks make it so that sweeps to the short side of the field are harder because space runs out quickly. One other difference relates to when a play is over. During college football games, a play is over once the person with the ball has a knee touch the ground. In NFL football, the play is over once the player is forced down by another player. If you fall and slip on your own, you can get up and finish running. These are just some of the basics to the differences between NLF football and college football games. There are many nuances which alters how the same game is played for both organizations and has lead to the debate of which is more entertaining. We'll leave that up to you to decide. ( Full Answer )
ATH is the standard abbreviation for "athlete." It describes a college recruit that can play multiple positions, or a recruit who does not have a primary or finalized collegiate position. There is no actual football position for ATH; it is simply a placeholder until a player's position is determine…d. ( Full Answer )
A college football data record, is so that the people that are in charge can see what the college student has done that is good and what needs to be improved, including what he has scored, what position he has been playing in, and if they need him to improve for college or not.
College football lines are the betting lines. These are the lines that are open for betting. These line are set open for many games during the sports time.
The NCAA college football playoffs will not start until January 1st, 2014. There are several college bowls and there has to be teams narrowed down to play in each bowl tournament.