I've never seen one, but I know that Harvard, Yale, Princton, Cornell, Chicago, and Michigan were all playing in the 1880's. The first ever football game was played by Rutgers and Princeton in 1869 but the rules and the game in general didn't resemble today's game... I believe it was soccer with tackling. Each team also had 25 players. Rutgers University played the first football game vs Princeton in New Brunswick, New Jersey on November 6, 1869. Rutgers won 6 - 4. Each point is believed to represent a touchdown. Rutgers uses the slogan "The Birthplace of College Football".
Yes, there are. http://www.detroitlions.com/youth-programs/youth-football.html, is a summer football camp for kids run by the Detroit Lions. www.kidscamps.com/camps/michigan-football-camps.html has listing of other camps, as well.
It is possible to find a listing of college football playoffs and schedules online. Sites such as sbnation, ESPN, and CBS Sports may provide this information.
This site offers a free listing of CNA training programs www.4cnas.com You can also contact your state registry for a listing of accredited CNA training programs in your area. The contact information for the state registry can also be found on this site.
This is usually called the directory or directory listing.
You can find listing for rent as a section 8 house at www.massresources.org › Housing Programs. Another good site is www.rentspeed.com
Cal State Chico offers degrees in both Bachelor's and Masters programs. They have an extensive list of programs. Please visit their official site for the complete academic programs listing.
Click on the '1952 Texas A&M Football Roster' link below to see a listing of players.
YMCA of Honolulu offer many services, http://www.ymcahonolulu.org/youth
There are several Business Administration Masters Degree programs available online. For a listing of schools with online programs try www.directoryofschools.com/online-degree-MBA.htm.
A listing of apprenticeship programs can be found on the U.S. Department of Labor Web Site. By searching through their database an individual can find and apply for an apprenticeship program.
Here's a link to a comprehensive listing: http://www.eufo.de/football/eng/1998/chela_fc.htm
One of the best places to look for information about Hispanic scholarship programs is online. Some online sources that identify Hispanic scholarship programs include the Hispanic Scholarship Fund at www.hsf.net, and www.scholarships.com.