On average, the defensive ends (DE) are the lightest linemen. They need speed more than mass. That applies to both college and the pros. You will get an occasional DE that weighs a lot more than average. They are usually on 3-4 defensive schemes. These guys don't really meet the definition of defensive end, as the outside linebacker (OLB) performs their function (outside contain).
As of the 2011 football season they do have the heaviest offensive line in college football.
If the offensive team accepts the penalty, there is one untimed down left in the game. If the offensive team declines the penalty, the game is over.
No. Unlike the NFL, in college football overtime must end.The ball will be put into play at the 25 yard line.Once the offensive team scores or the defensive team gains possession the offensive team's Opportunity ends and the defensive team then gains possession and becomes the offensive team and gets their opportunity to score.Beginning the 3rd overtime each team must attempt a 2 point conversion follow a touch down if they want the extra points.
No pure defensive player has ever won the Heisman trophy.
Five feet eleven inches
Louisiana Tech, he played defensive end.
apparently this year UGA (georgia bulldogs) have the highest average weight on the offensive line, in college and in the pros.
I would say texas tech probably
Jeff Wills of the University of Minnesota is registered at 6'7" 375 lbs. He is the largest starting offensive lineman in college football.
Wow, that would depend on his speed and strength! At that size he will only get bigger and college scouts drool at strong offensive linemen like that. Same with a defensive linemen, Defensive tackle would be good.
Offensive tackle..... CHECK SVR2008
Defense: Depending on type of defense (3-4, 4-3, 3-4-4, 4-3-3) 2 defensive ends, 2 defensive tackles, middle linebacker, 2 outside linebackers, 4 defensive backs (strong safety, free safety, 2 corner backs) Offense: Quarterback, halfback, fullback, 2 wide receivers, tightend, 2 offensive tackles, 2 offensive guards, center,
Presbyterian College (Clinton, SC) is the smallest Division I FCS (Football Championship Subdivision, formerly Division I-AA) school, with 1200 undergraduates. The smallest Division I FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly Division I-A) school is the University of Tulsa, with 2756 undergraduates. Rice University is the second smallest, with 3054, and Wake Forest University is the third smallest, with 4412.
Yes, He was a running back as well as a defensive back for Florida State. Nicknamed " Sunshine Scooter"