Yes. As long as they are not on the field at the same time.
All college football teams have the exact same number of players dressed for each game (defined by NCAA rules).
If you are talking about American football, then yes, although in the NFL no two players on a team can have the same number, and in the NCAA no two players on a team can play in a play together if they have the same number.
Numbers go to 99. Average team has 125 - 135 players, so 4th - 5th teamers get a repeated number. Sometimes they'll get on the field at a home game.
Yes. For instance, Penn State currently has two active players with the number 1: Robert Bolden(QB) Nick Sukay(S) They cannot be on the field at the same time.
There has never been two teams from the same state to rank number 1 or 2 in college football. The number 1 college football team is Mississippi State.
Ohio state Buckeyes and Michigan Wolverines
Except for method of downing a player, number of players, and duration tackle and flag football are the same.
you need to be more specific...because the number 81, for instance, is worn by both Terrell Owens of the Cowboys and Randy Moss of the Patriots. If you mean two football players on the same team with the same jersey number, that answer would be no, unless Owens and moss ever play on a pro bowl team together. Pro Bowl teams are the only teams that have two or players with the same number.
Yes because they are doing the same work as pro players no they should not because they are on scholarships or being paid to go to school
No, that are the same
A college size football is about the same as highschool size football Pro is a size up from college
At every level of football, the pants are the same length but the NFL mandates that all players wear socks up to the knees to completely cover the legs.
University of Florida
Dallas cowboys All professional football teams have the same number of players. they are only allowed a 53 man roster.
The answer may vary, but 350-500 football players can fit on the field at one time.
22There are 12 football players on the field at the same time. (both sides combined)
It is common for teams to have players with the same number, but NCAA rules state that they must be on offense and defense, not on the same side of the ball.