I think it can range from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars depending on the game(divisions) and schools.
$500 to $1,000/game plus expenses (travel, hotel & meals), depending on the conference, experience and their rank.
depends how much he wagered on the game
Click on the 'NCAA Division 1-A Teams' link on this page to see the 119 teams that make up the Division 1-A in NCAA football.
Yes, in football, the referee has the authority to make the final call.
depending on how old you are it varies, I'm 14 and i make 13 dollars an hour and i work 3 hours a day which is 39 dollars
no, you can get ncaa 09 all play but no you cant get 2010
There are 346 teams in the NCAA Division I
Definitely not. The NCAA is not a business- it is a school. Schools use their scholarships that they get to lure high school players to play for their team.
1939 is when the NCAA made facemasks in football mandatory. Before then, players wore leather helmets without a facemask on them.
Easy, just make everyones stats up to 100%
No, but very hard
Referee, assistant linesmen/women, fourth official and the 2 officials at each nets to make the football has went over the line.