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    Subculture of College Football “Isn’t there supposed to be a storm coming?” I asked my mom as were getting dressed for a college football game. “Yes, Uncle Mickey said get dressed anyway” “Don’t the storms get bad in this part of the country?” I asked “Yes JaKyrah, now stop asking so many questions” my mom replied, wolling her eyes. This is the moment I realized… they may take this game a bit too far. As we arrived to the Dunn–Oliver Acadome Arena it began to down pour but that didn’t stop the

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    Should College Football players get paid to play college football ? This is a very crazy case that a lot of people talk about but something that some people should really think about. Every college football as a dream that one day they will make it to the NFL to make money and do they thing they love to play football. But just in one blink of a eye that could be gone by playing football . I don’t belive that players should get paid because if you have a full ride why would they pay you, your going

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    College football is getting to be as popular as professional football. In some areas of the country, college football is a lot more popular than NFL football. In Nebraska for example, Memorial stadium in Lincoln becomes the state 's third largest city on home football game days. The stadium becomes a sea of red as fans dress in the team colors in support of the Cornhuskers. Almost as popular as discussing the games themselves is discussing the ranking systems. The BCS ranking system is used to determine

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    College Football’s Elusive Elite Eight Millions of fans around America cheer for their college football team in the fall. Their team works hard all season, and every single game they give effort. When the post-season comes around some fans stop cheering. The fans do not stop cheering because they do not love their team, it is because their team did not make the closed off final four spots. The NCAA football started a playoff system last year. The system was successful for the four teams that got

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    Fear In College Football

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    Pure fear can be experienced in a vast amount of ways, especially in a high stakes, hyped up college football game. Florida was supposed to play LSU in early October when Hurricane Matthew hit, postponing the game. The entire LSU staff and players were talking trash and saying that Florida was too scared to play them. Eventually, this resulted in Florida to have to play in LSU in the second to last game of the season. Even more so, if Florida won this game they would be the SEC champs. The built

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    The competitive advantage of the College Football Hall of Fame has the potential to be very strong. What makes the CFHOF hard to duplicate is that it offers a hands-on, personalized, customer experience that is driven by technology. The CFHOF also has an ideal sized facility, which allows for the technology-driven attraction to get a good value for the cost of operations. An attraction that is too big might find it too expensive to depend so heavily on similar technology, while a facility too small

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    Football is a huge sport in the United States, and people get crazy about it. The most popular events for football fans are the college football and NFL. With both of them being grand and popular, the college football games are better to watch and more enjoyable than NFL Games because of its good players, dedicated fans and incomparable atmosphere. Players are the biggest part of a sport. Better players always symbolize better teams or clubs. While both NFL and college football players are well-trained

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    team knows when and where they play their rivals and want to absolutely annihilate them. In college football, rivalry games, especially between teams in Power 5 conferences (Big 10, Big 12, ACC, Pac-12, and SEC), are very well covered by the media. Some may argue that some of the greatest rivalries in sports are between college football teams, such as Army vs. Navy or Lehigh vs. Lafayette, which is college football’s most played rivalry. Rivalries can spark from any number of events, whether it be

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    Should college football players be putting in 90 hours a week without pay? The average American full-time job is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. five days a week. So if they get paid for 40- hour weeks shouldn’t a college football player who puts in 90 hours a week get at least a small paycheck. The average division one football player puts in 43.3 hours a week for football. Also, if you have 10 hours of class each week and you study for the recommended 4 hours for each class you have a total of 50 hours for

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    College Football. All throughout the U.S it is loved, played, and watched. Its doubtful any of these things will stop happening. College football can represent universities and the students who attend them. Sometimes, they can even define the whole city or state they’re in. College football has been around for over 50 years now. Throughout the years it’s existed, players have never been paid, just given scholarships. However, over the past few years, paying college football players has been a popular

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    College Football College football is know to be one of the greatest college sport of all time, and it is still growing in its popularity, and people playing the game. There has had the greats to Bo Jackson, Herschel Walker, Doug Flutie, and many for to come. It has also has had some of the greatest teams to the 80’s and 90’s Miami Hurricanes teams the Michigan 's, the Ohio State’s, the Texas’s the teams that no matter what are always trying to get a National Championship. In 1869 college football

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    things are centerpieces for entertainment, so it’s no surprise that when it comes to sports, football is Americas favorite. Brutal but classic, the game which embodies gladiators going to war has been a staple in the lives of Americans for years, whether playing or watching, football is loved. Naturally, a sport with such following, and love has various levels of competition, the most widely followed being College and NFL. During my countless years of being a fan, playing the game, and dedicating myself

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    SUCCEED AND LIVE OUT THERE DREAMS? If you answered yes then donating to the National Football Foundation is the thing to do. At the NFF we help kids and amateurs to experience football in a different and fun way. See and feel all the little things you have to do to become a football player. This causes young children to get out and have fun with others. “ Our mission is to encourage young children to find what football is about and how it will make you a better person in the future. By inspiring young

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    as well. I get the feeling that NCAA football has hit an apex. I think a lot of people are unsure of what college football's going to look like going forward. The big conferences will certainly continue to be strong, but some fans have said, enough is enough. Even Texas Longhorns fans pushed back at the administration when they asked for more money for season tickets, tailgating rights, etc. The players (so called student athletes) are also pushing back and are starting to get more compensation for

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    do you think that TCU and Baylor feel after they missed the cut for the college football playoffs? They had the same record as Ohio State(the fourth seed) who ended up winning the playoffs; and they both won their bowl games that they played in. Right now the college football playoff only consists of 4 teams that the playoff committee selects based on record and strength of schedule. The NCAA should expand their college football playoff system because it would prepare the student-athletes for the NFL;

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    College Football Playoffs-Could The Big Ten Football Champion Miss out? The annual post-season tournament in American College Football is now interesting than ever. Below is a scorecard of how many representatives each major college football conference has had in the first two years of College Football Playoffs; Southeastern Conference (SEC):2 representatives Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC):2 representatives The Big Ten: 2 representatives Big 12: 1 representative Pac-12:1 As the race for the title

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    Everything happens for a reason Football in the United States and Canada is a game that is played on a field with two teams, and eleven players on each side. This game involves many things such as play on the offense and defense, with different ways to score or obtain points. The game of football is broken up into four fifteen-minute quarters with a twelve-minute halftime break at the end of the second quarter. This game consumes the United States and creates a culture of its own, with everyone that

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    Before the 1920’s, football was overshadowed by baseball and it’s rising superstars, which largely gained popularity through the use of media. When analyzing the rise of college football in America, it is no surprise that media had the same impact on it’s growth in popularity. Media was a key reason why Americans became interested in college football. Most people could not afford, nor could they find transportation to get to the Saturday college football games. With the introduction of the radio

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    Recently, with and without the power of instant replay, college and professional football officials have been making outlandish calls that have changed the outcome of games. The NCAA and the NFL actually suspended the referees for one game and sent out letters to the teams saying that their was a mistake, and they should have won the game. These athletes have dreams of making Superbowls, high quality bowl games and the college football playoffs by earning the right to play in them with great team

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    Do you enjoy college football, specifically the college football playoffs? Well, if you do you are not alone. Last year, in the college football playoffs premiere, the semifinal games averaged over 28 million viewers per game, and the playoff final had 33.4 million viewers. The playoff final also earned the highest ESPN ratings for a sporting event ever, according to an article in the USA today by Erik Brady. The playoffs obtained “the top two rated shows in the history of cable television”(Brady)

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