A College Football field is 100 yards long, like an NFL field. There aren't many differences between College Football and NFL, except things like they have to be in College, so they can only play for four years, and the fact that only one foot has to be in for a catch to be complete.
Goal line to goal line, a standard American football field is 160 feet wide and 300 feet long. The end zones are extended 30 feet beyond each goal line.
Width: 160 feet or 53 1/3 yards
how big the football field is in UCLA?
A football field is 160 feet wide. In college football, the hash marks (inbounds markings, which designate the "pocket") are 40 feet apart, but they are wider for high school games and narrower for NFL.
In college football, the rule for a missed field goal to the kicker's left is called wide left and conversely wide right if it misses to the kicker's right. It is described as short if it is aimed correctly but does not have the distance to go over the cross bar.
100 yards No, actually, an NFL football field in 53.3 yards wide (160 feet).
Yes, both are 120 yards long by 53 1/3 yards wide.
The size of the regulation college football field.
The official width of an NFL football field is 160 feet.
360 by 160 feet
An American football field is 120 yards long and 53 1/3 yards wide.
There are two wide receivers on the field during a football game.
An American football field is 109.7 m by 48.8 m.