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  • Expansion Of The College Football

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    Expand the College Football Playoff Many men go to work every single day, making big money for other people, and are the best at what they do in the country, yet they still do not get a chance to get a raise or promotion. The College Football Playoffs (CFP) decides the best college football team in the nation and declares an outright National Champion. The #4 Ohio State Buckeyes were crowned National Champions of the first ever College Football Playoffs and almost did not even get into the playoff

  • College Football : A Football Game That Airs On National Tv Essay

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    and December there is at least 1 collegiate football game that airs on National TV. Doctors, Teachers, garbage men, nurses people from all over the country watch college football during the week The games or shown everywhere, from local bars, airports, barbershops, stores, and in local business. Millions of people watch a group of college student-athletes compete on a football field as entertainment. Entertainment with friends, family, or coworkers, football is watched. People may spend hundreds of

  • College Football And Nfl Football

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    College football and NFL football There are over 200 million unique viewers that watch football every year. College and NFL football is one of the major things that can cease Americans from thinking about all of the awful things in the world and unite people together. Certain things come with each league that are different and similar to each other. There are even some areas of both leagues that people most likely did not even know about either of them. These two notorious football leagues have

  • College Football Benefits

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    excluded from what they want most. That is, of course, the college football playoff. The playoffs, which have only been in effect for two years, has already led to controversial decisions on which four teams to include in the games. There needs to be an expansion in the college football playoff to give the lower ranked teams a chance to show their worth, promote equality between conferences, and prepare athletes for professional football. This expansion will also help lead to a more equal and intriguing

  • The Pros And Cons Of Football In College Football

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    PIPE Paragraph When it comes to football in the college league, many rules have been changed or new rules have been added to make the game safer for those that play it. The Targeting rule was added going into the 2008 NCAA season of college football for safety reasons. This rule has also introduced a new discussion of whether or not the rule is fair. The rule states that if a player strikes another player in an upward motion, striking with the crown [top] of the helmet, then it is a fifteen-yard

  • Football Games And Its Impact On College Football Essay

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    higher education in the United States. The popularity of collegiate football in America is unprecedented. “The fan frenzy surrounding teams, games, and the sport itself, is borderline barmy. Aptly described as the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat, fan emotions in college football are rampant” (Moore, B., 2010). Football programs are able to generate a great deal of revenue through gate receipts (Groza, M. D., 2010). Football game day attendance is also an excellent proxy for other revenues

  • Persuasive Essay For College Football

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    College football rules many regions of the United States of America, especially in the southern regions. Alumni of the certain colleges and other supporters pack respective stadiums every Saturday and passionately cheer for their teams in an attempt to ensure victory. Undoubtedly, there are few traditions in the United States that compare to College Football. The sport ensures that family members have something to relate to, brings communities much closer, and creates great moments shared around

  • Contradiction In College Football

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    The “contradiction at the heart of big-time college football,” as Michael Oriard describes it, is the competing demands of marketing and education. The 1890s proved to university administrators that there was an enormous market for collegiate football, which postulated opportunities for university building. Since this ubiquitous realization, there has coincided this blatant, yet unchanging contradiction that academic institutions are permitted to profit off of the services provided by its student-athletes

  • The Benefits Of NCAA College Football

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    The 2016 NCAA College Football Playoff Championship game aired January 11, 2016, to an audience of over twenty-five million people (Consoli). A thrilling game saw the Alabama Crimson Tide win their fourth championship in the past seven years, defeating the Clemson Tigers of South Carolina. Coverage of the game was provided by sports media behemoth ESPN, which had agreed to pay 5.64 billion dollars over ten years, or 470 million dollars per year, for the exclusive rights to broadcast the game (Hinnen

  • College Football : The Father Of American Football

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    American football resulted from several major divergences from association football and rugby football, most notably the rule changes instituted by Walter Camp, a Yale University and Hopkins School graduate, considered the "Father of American Football". Among these important changes were the introduction of the line of scrimmage, of down-and-distance rules and of the legalization of blocking. The popularity of college football grew as it became the dominant version of the sport in the United States