The NCAA does not, nor has it ever awarded a crystal football. The trophy is question which is topped with a Waterford Crystal football is the "American Football Coaches Association National Championship Trophy," as it awarded by the American Football Coaches Association to the team that finished No. 1 in the final Coaches' Poll each football season. Since the introduction of the Bowl Championship Series (BCS), the winner of the BCS National Championship Game automatically receives the trophy, as the Coaches' Poll was contractually obligated to vote the winning team No. 1. The trophy was first presented in 1986, however the AFCA allows programs to purchase replicas of the trophy for any year prior to 1986 in which the program finished No. 1 in the final AFCA-sponsored Coaches' Poll. The 2014 trophy, won by Florida State Unviersity, will be the last "Coaches' Trophy" awarded. A new trophy as part of the upcoming "College Football Playoff" will take its place at the end of the 2014 season.
The duration of College Football Final is 3600.0 seconds.
The venue of the 2012 All-Ireland Football Championship final was Croke Park in Dublin.
College Football Final was created on 1999-08-28.
The first All-Ireland Hurling Final was played on the 1st of April 1888, which was the final for the 1887 Football championship. The first All-Ireland Football Final was played on the 29th of April 1888, which was the final for the 1887 Hurling championship.
according to the football league website the championship play-off final is the 25th may 2009.
The cast of All-Ireland Championship Football Final 1956 - 1956 includes: Paddy Harrington as himself Frankie Stockwell as himself
Dublin beat Tyrone in the final.
The cast of All-Ireland Football Championship Final 1949 - 1949 includes: Bill Halpenny as himself Tony Tighe as himself Paddy Tully as himself
Cork won the 2009 Ladies Senior Football Championship.
The College Football Final Crew, Lou Holtz, Mark May, and Rece Davis
The cast of All-Ireland Football Championship Final - 1953 includes: Tadhgie Lyne as himself Billy McCorry as himself Eamon McMahon as himself Jas Murphy as himself