If both challenges are successful, the coach is given a third challenge.
Note, you can only challenge a play if you have a timeout remaining, so if a coach uses all his timeouts in the first minute of the 1st quarter, he cannot challenge the rest of the half (until he gets new timeouts at the start of the 3rd quarter), even if he still has both challenges remaining.
Each team is allowed two challenges, however during the final two minutes of each half and any overtimes, reviews are iniated by the replay official. If a team wins both its challenges, they are allowed a third challenge.
The coach is allowed 1 challenge per half, but unlike the NFL every play in college can be reviewed by the refs challenge or no.
one per game
Sometimes when a coach sees something in a critical play that the refs do not, the coach can throw a red flag signaling that he wants the play to be reviewed. The refs will take a few minutes and take a real good look at the play. They may even over turn the call in the coachs favor. coachs only have two challenges per half, or four challenges in the game. they cannot challenge plays within the two minute warnings of each half. critical plays within the two minutes are looked at by the officials.
2 per game... but if the coach correctly wins both challenges the team gets an extra one
Each team manager gets 1 challenge per game. In an all-stars game each manager gets 2 challenges.
No firearms or weapons of any kind are allowed at a pro football game.
Two (2) per game, but if you win both you get a third.
Yes, coaches in the college game are allowed one challenge per game.
11 for each team.
Team ownership is allowed in the Sideline area, but not on the field of play during a game. Before the game starts or after the game is over, the Owner can go where ever he (or she) wants.