Student athletes are given five years to use four years of eligibility to play sports. It does not start over when a student switches sports.
Of course there is an exception to this rule (as there seems to be with most rules) and that is if the student was medically red-shirted.
I know Nate Robinson played football and Basketball for University of Washington, a major D1 school, so you must be able to. It surely must be difficult since College Football ends around December for most teams and basketball starts at the beginning of November, so how he did it I don't know. But he did.
About a few hundred, watch college football and basketball sometime, did you know the college football superbowl is called the orangebowl?!
no one, football (soccer) is better.
There are many of them, but 2 of them are basketball and football.... Another one is baseball....
You only need one year of college to play in the NBA.
About 36 games are played In a college basketball season.
There are 336 teams in men's college basketball.
At least one year
Basketball at Georgetown. Many Hoyas have made the pros and G'town is one of the top school in the US.
3 to 4 years
353 347 in 32 divisions, and 6 independents.
0 they are not a top team in college football