Asked in History
What is the history of the 'Little Green Footballs' blog?
The "Little Green Footballs" is a blog written by web designer Charles Johnson. This blog has a history of being described as right wing until 2007. After that the site, and is now known more for fights with people on the right. ...
Asked in National Football League (NFL)
Are NFL footballs bigger than high school footballs?
Yes. Another difference between them that I know of is that pro-footballs don't have white lines and high school footballs do. ...
Asked in Collective Nouns
What is the collective noun for footballs?
There is no standard collective noun for footballs. A collective noun is an informal part of language, any noun that suits the situation can function as a collective noun. You could use, a number of footballs; a pile of footballs; a row of footballs, etc. ...
Why are footballs not made in England?
Footballs are not made made in England because people in LEDC's ( Less Economically developed countries ) will make footballs for much lower pay. On average people in places like Pakistan will sew footballs for 50p, you can roughly sew four footballs a day which means the people stiching footballs get roughly about 2 pounds a day! ...
Are footballs in high schools different from official NFL footballs?
Yes, high school footballs are smaller and usually have two white stripes (NCAA regulation) near the ends. ...