In football stadiums,pitches the streets playgerounds gardens.... basically anywere you would play it they play it
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the cow says moo
running gets easier to do
Rowing (Crew). The First Collegiate team in America was the Yale University Men's Crew
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very thin because there are a lot of other good college players and u could just stink
That would be The Ohio State Universiry. They have 18 boys and 19 girls sports for a total of 37. Stanford would be second with 36 (17 boys and 19 girls). Penn State (27) and Michigan( 26) would follow.
North Carolina State
Apparently at one point they were going to put down some new AstroTurf, and it was going to cost $750,000. the AD thought it was a shame to spend that much money when no one would even notice that anything had changed. So, since everyone already knew that the field was going to be AstroTurf and not real grass anyways, they decided to make the turf blue, that way people would notice that the field was new.