Yes, and they have done so on several occasions:
And, once, they covered the same team three weeks in a row:
* - Not consecutive weeks, but there was no GameDay broadcast for the intervening week(s) (or at least there was none listed in the Wikipedia article), so it was consecutive GameDay broadcasts featuring the same team.
Curiously, however, they have never broadcast from the same campus two weeks in a row. (Though Florida is listed as the home team for the Dec 5, 2009 SEC Championship game, that game was played in the Georgia Dome, in Atlanta, GA, not on the campus of the University of Florida, where GameDay broadcast from the previous week.) But I don't think there's any "rule" against it. It's just statistically unlikely given that teams don't often play two home games in a row (except in the early part of the season when they're playing cupcake non-conference opponents in games that are not GameDay worthy).
That same year
It has never happened in the same Super Bowl game.
The Game of the Year Edition of Morrowind for the Xbox has a golden colored cover. The Platinum Hits Version has a (wait for it) Platinum colored cover and the original has a brown colored cover.
The same way they make real ones: with a printer.
Yes, in the college game and the NFL the width of the goal posts in 18 feet 6 inches.
Buster Posey did it in the same game in 2008!
Yes, but we cover them with the same warranty
Probably because either they don't want them to miss the game or the make sure that the other college doesn't pay the player to help the opposing team win the game. (giving signs and what not)
Yes. I am going to college for that right now.
no not that i no of i have been wondering the same thing for a long time if u find one tell me
Weeks and weeks are the same measurement of time. Therefore, 52 weeks is equal to 52 weeks.
yes they are the same