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because no other country can be bothered to play American football Because no other country can compete with NFL teams in American Football. The same reason the World Series champion is called the "World Champion" (though, in the case of MLB, there is one team, the Toronto Blue Jays, outside of the US). Moreover, the title "National Champion" is used by the champion of COLLEGE football, and is thus unavailable for the champion of professional football.
The NCAA does not award a national title in college football at the Division I-FBS/Division I-A level. National championships are instead awarded by outside agencies, such as the Associated Press or the American Football Coaches Association. Florida currently claims three of those titles (1996, 2006, 2008).
it is played both inside and outside. if it is played inside, then they call the stadium a dome. most football fields are outside
In football, OLD stand for Outside Linebacker. There are two types of Outside Linebackers:Right Outside Linebacker, ROLB and the Left Outside Linebacker, LOLB
The outside linebacker is usually responsible for outside containment.
For Division I - Football Bowl Subdivision (most commonly thought of as College Football around the nation)...Officially the NCAA does not officially name a National Champion for their Football Bowl Subdivision "FBS" (formerly known as Division I-A). They rely on outside organizations to name a National Champion. Currently that organization is the Bowl Championship Series. The teams with the most BCS National Titles are the Which_NCAA_football_team_has_won_the_most_National_Championships_in_modern_footballof Florida and Louisiana State University (LSU) with two. The BCS has been around for 11 years, so if that is what you would consider "modern era" that is your easy answer.Other than that, really the only thing you can do is look at All Time National Championships. Before the BCS, there were a plethora of National polls and rankings, so there was no clear national champion every single year before 1998.As for all time champions... Alabama claims the most all-time with 12. Notre Dame and Michigan both claim 11 andhttp://wiki.answers.com/Q/Which_NCAA_football_team_has_won_the_most_National_Championships_in_modern_football#, Oklahoma, Southern Cal all claim 7.
Because you play it with your foot that's why it's known as football outside of USA.
At a meeting of college football representatives in 1876, a ball made of a vulcanized India rubber bladder with a heavy outside leather case was established as the official football. This type of football had been used in earlier years along with one was that made of heavy canvas saturated with rubber.
Yes NFL football fields are out side
For Division I - Football Bowl Subdivision (most commonly thought of as College Football around the nation).Officially the NCAA does not officially name a National Champion for their Football Bowl Subdivision "FBS" (formerly known as Division I-A). They rely on outside organizations to name a National Champion. Currently that organization is the Bowl Championship Series. The teams with the most BCS National Titles are the University of Florida and Louisiana State University (LSU) with two. The BCS has been around for 11 years, so if that is what you would consider "modern era" that is your easy answer.Other than that, really the only thing you can do is look at All Time National Championships. Before the BCS, there were a plethora of National polls and rankings, so there was no clear national champion every single year before 1998.As for all time champions... Alabama claims the most all-time with 12. Notre Dame and Michigan both claim 11 and Ohio State, Oklahoma, Southern Cal all claim 7.For National Collegiate Athletic Association Divisions not including Division I - FBS (most of which are not commonly considered as college football on the same level as Division I - FBS).The question is which team has won the most national championships. (And though not clearly stated, I'm assumingthe questioner intended the answer to be limited to FBS, aka, Divsion I-A, teams. If not, the answer is the Division III Mount Union Purple Raiders, with 10.Although the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) does not officially award a national championship in Division I FBS, it does recognize a number of polling and ranking organizations that name a national champion and recognize a members right to claim a national championship by being selected by one of these organizations. A complete list of every national championship recognized by the NCAA can be found at the link below from 1869 through 2006. The eight schools with the most national championships recognized by the NCAA are listed below.Princeton - 28Yale - 27Notre Dame - 21Alabama - 17Southern California - 17Oklahoma - 16Michigan - 15Ohio State - 14List of NCAA recognized national championships:http://www.ncaa.org/champadmin/ia_football_past_champs.htmlIt should be noted though, that while a school may be recognized for a certain number of national championships by the NCAA, that does not necessarily mean the school claims all of the championships.
It's the new name for the Conference National division, the top division outside the Football League. Named after the gambling company which sponsors it.
The oldest major golf championship is The Open Championship which was first played on the 17th October 1860, and is the only major championship played outside of the USA.
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Well considering your height I would either say defensive end or outside linebacker depending on how fast you are.
UNC won the NCAA tournament in mens basketball in 1957, 1982, 1993, and 2005. They were also unanimously named the national champions in 1924, before the NCAA tournament, having a record of 24-0. UNC won in '57, '82, '93, '05 and '09. They DID NOT win a National Championship in 1924. The Helms Athletic Association Foundation (formed in 1936) retroactively voted (basically Helms' business manager Bill Schroeder decided) UNC as best team 18 years later in 1942. UNC was 26-0 in 1924, but played no one outside the south region and was 0-10 for the decade in games it did play outside the south region. Butler also claims a 1924 National Championship based on their AAU college tournament championship in the same year. Other than UNC, most schools have not hung banners or recognize the retroactive Helms voted titles (including Kentucky whose total would increase from 7 to 8 if they included the 1933 after the fact seclection).
Eton College (just outside London).
Obviously, the question of who is "the best conference in college football" is based on opinion along with review of certain historical facts in this sport.Some say it's about to be the PAC-10 if Texas goes there.Others say, even with Texas, the Pac 10 is "lame". The best conference in college football is, by far, the SEC. Look at the facts:Since the inception of the BCS, SEC teams have won 6 of 12 national championships.No other conference has won more than 2 national championships (and only one conference, the Big 12, has won more than 1 national championship).Both Divisions of the SEC have won more national championships (3) than any other conference. So not only is the SEC better than any other conference, both HALVES of the SEC are better than any ENTIRE conference.LSU and Florida have both won two national championships, which is better than any other team in the country, and equal to the highest total by any other entire conference. So not only is the SEC better than any other conference; not only are both halves of the SEC better than any other conference, but two individual teams in the SEC are better than all but one other ENTIRE CONFERENCE, and tied with that one.Here's the kicker. No SEC team has ever LOST a national championship game. I am completely convinced that the only reason the SEC has not won EVERY national championship since the inception of the BCS is that it has not been represented in all of them. What would have happened if Auburn had not been passed over in 2004? And even in years when no SEC team goes undefeated, or has less than 2 losses - that's just because the SEC has so many strong teams that it is nearly impossible to go undefeated, or even have just one loss. The SEC champion would have easily defeated the so-called "national champion" in those years, but was shut out because they had a loss or two.There's a lot of discussion about going to a playoff system in Division 1A football. Unless you're an SEC fan, that is the LAST thing you want because, the SEC would own the crystal football.If Texas, Oklahoma, USC, and OSU had to beat an SEC team somewhere en route to the national championship, they would be out of luck. The only way any team outside of the SEC would ever win a national championship in a playoff system is if two SEC teams made it to the playoffs, and faced each other beforethe championship game, and beat each other up so badly that the winner had half their roster injured for the next game (which happens a lot in SEC games). After 10 years of the SEC owning the crystal football, the rest of the country would have to admit that they can't play football.The REAL national championship game takes place in early December, in Atlanta.
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