the frozen ball goes so far you cant see it....... so go find out and do and not just google it
FRom one endzone to the other at NCSU - not during a game!
Yes it does affect it cold does not go as far as a heated ball
sometimes. if a ball was really big and heavy, it wouldn't be thrown very far. if it was small and light, it could be thrown pretty far. but if the bigger ball was filled with air, and the smaller ball was solid and metal, the bigger ball would be thrown farther than the smaller one. make sense?
yes it does, however, the velocity at which the object is thrown also is a factor to consider.
not nearly as far as most NFL quarterbacks. Probably not even 60 yards. Some NFL quarterbacks can throw it as far as Tom Brady can from their knees.
no it can not cause the bigger it is the heavyer because the weight and the smaller it is the lighter cause of the denstiy.
60 or Sixty
"60" or "sixty"
John Elway has thrown a football approximately 90 yards a couple of times in career. However, on average, he tends to throw the ball about 60 yards.