No. College football only requires a player to be in possession of the ball and have one foot inbounds.
When the knee or forearm (between wrist and elbow) is down.
Yes, as long as the player is not considered tackled a defensive player may strip the ball from the ball carrier.
college ball is a little smaller
A player moving the ball to another in soccer football is called passing.
no it is not a pro ball is slightly longer
Snaps the ball to the quarter back
where the ball is when the player's knee/shin is on the ground
The technique of trapping in Football (Soccer) is when a player makes contact with a ball in motion and minimizes or negates the motion of the ball so that the player has comeplete control of the ball.
The player who punts the ball has to punt it again. There is a delay of game call.
The goal of football is to move the ball down the field and into the end zone for a touchdown.