Touchdown - 6
Point after Touchdown - 1
Two-Point Conversion - 2
Field Goal - 3
Safety - 2
1. 4 touchdowns, including the extra points.
2. 7 feild goals and 1 touchdown, including the extra point
He said everything, so.... That's implied
There are lots of ways, if your counting safetys, and chances of missed field goals, extra points, and two point conversions.
Athletes may score points based on the rules of the game. Example like football were players have to score by getting the ball to the opponents end zone with passion of the ball.
if your talking on a single score, its 6 points. in a game for a final score, it is infinante but usaully never over 100.
70 points. In 2005 against Arkansas, the Trojans demolished by a final score of 70-17.
it can be any score
The last time a game in the National Football League was decided with a combined score of less then five points, was when the Packers played the Bears in January.
The fastest score in the NCAA would be 113-0. This is a football game.
Yes, many. Every time you hear a final score like '7 to nothing' it means one of the teams scored zero points.
The score of any football game before it begins is: 0 - 0 Seems to me that nobody has scored any points before the game starts.
well if you mean when you score you get 6 points only football but you can probably get 6 points in almost every game if you keep it staking up so their is your answer not certain
touchdown field goal extra point safety 2 point conversion
Louisiana-Lafayette on November 21, 1936 ... LSU won 93-0.
The offense in football try's to run plays and gain yards to make it all the way down the field to score points to win the game. At the end of the game if you have more points then your opponent you win the game. The main way is to get a touchdown by making it in the endzone for 6 points plus the extra point which is 1 or you can settle for a field goal worth 3 points.