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    College Football

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    Football is the most popular game in the United States and in Canada. People engage in any sport with different reasons either for pleasure, entertainment, for scholarship, for the love of the game or as a platform for professional playing. For college students, most of them play college football to nurture their talent and attain a prominent opportunity of playing professionally. College football is football that is played by a team of student athletes fielded by colleges, universities and military

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    I am a college football coach. The reason I chose this is because the money is very good. I want to go win a National Championship. I want to work my team to be the best. I want to coach the best players in the country. I want to have a good coaching career record. The first American football game ever played was between Princeton University and Rutgers University. This game was played on November 6, 1869. This game took place in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The Rutgers won the game six to four. This

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    Rivalries: A Celebration of the Past in Hopes of Being Remembered in the Future The best college football rivalries intrigue us to a point that we are on the edge of our seats for the entire game, but many people do not know exactly what makes these games so unique. Many rivalries are based off of supremacy in a certain state or in a region. Factors such as trash talking, championship contention, or recruiting implications can play into these games that appear on the schedule every year. There are

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    College football is beneficial for both the players and city. College football is more than a sport for entertainment; it’s a sport that has been the unifier for colleges, players, and most Americans. It brings people together; strangers standing side-by-side, jumping, getting excited, high-fiving one another, cheering on a group of fifty men playing a game. The cities that host the game are receiving more recognition. Intelligence Squared hosted a debate on whether the sport should be banned. One

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    Recruiting Changes in College Football

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    Recruiting Changes in College Football With the recent controversy and scandal surrounding the University of Colorado and the college football world, this off season has been one of the busiest ever. College Football has experienced an eye-opening revelation and these experiences call for major changes in the traditional recruiting practices. Last month, stories surfaced about the University of Colorado using sex, alcohol, and parties to lure blue chip recruits to their program. While these types

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    College Football at its Best As a writer for espn.com, Eric Neel travels around college campuses and examines the many different atmospheres on college football game days. One of his many visits was to the city of Columbus to witness one of the greatest traditions in sports in the Ohio State Buckeyes. His campus tour as it is called is not a competition and he does not rank the schools, but in his article about Ohio State he voices his opinion that it is the top place to watch a football game

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    During the fall, college football stadiums around the country are packed with thousands of fans each saturday while millions of people watch at home. Fans spend hundreds of dollars on tickets and television channels pay large amounts of money to broadcast games. The players will not see any of the money made from the games that could not be played without them. However, the players should not be paid because of a lack of money, recruiting advantages, and free education. While so much money is made

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    How many of you enjoy college football, specifically the college football playoffs? Well if you do, you are not alone, last year, in the college football playoff debut, the semifinal games averaged 28 million viewers per game, and the final had 33.4 million viewers. Not only that, the playoff final also earned the highest ESPN ratings, for a sporting event ever. So it's safe to say that the college football playoff with four teams was successful and knocked socks off many US citizens. For starters

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    “The Cost of Doing Business, Oh I Mean School” College football has become big business. With the CEO’s of the universities, oops I mean “Presidents and Deans” bringing in the big money. It’s a genius idea really. They bring in millions of dollars each year and do not have to pay their employees, so it’s a hundred percent profit. Yes, they say they pay their players by giving them the value of a free education. How free is it? Not just on Saturdays but every day of the week the players but their

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    College Football vs. Professional Football Football has been defined as one of the most competitive sports in the world. There are many different levels of playing, such as flag, high school, college, and professional. Where most of the rules stay the same no matter what stage of playing you are at, some things do change. When coaching in flag football for little kids you won’t be making money, the players aren’t recruited, and you don’t have a set number of players for your team. When playing n

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