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Q: Was there ever a tie for a football league championship?
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How do you break a 3 way tie for the championship game for college football?

the person champion him again and till he or she wins.


What is the lowest scoring football game ever?

There have been several 0-0 ties in football history. Notre Dame and Army played to a 0-0 tie in 1946. The last scoreless tie in the NFL was on November 7, 1943 between the New York Giants and the Detroit Lions. The Chicago Cardinals and the Chicago Bears played to a scoreless tie in an NFL game on November 26, 1925. =============================================================================== There has never been a scoreless tie in the Canadian Football League.


Can you tie in collage football?

it is possible to tie in a college football game


Can football end in tie?

A football match that ends in a tie is known as a draw.


How many football national championships has Navy won?

Navy has won one College Football National Championship in 1926 according to the Boand and Houlgate poll systems. The 1910 team also was undefeated and unscored upon (the lone tie being a 0-0 tie).


What years did Michigan win the National Championship in college football?

== ==; 1901: Michigan and Harvard recognized as National Champions : UM recognized by: Billingsley, Helms, Houlgate, National Championship Foundation : Harvard recognized by; College Football Research Association : Yale recognized by: Parke Davis ; 1902: Michigan recognized as National Champion : UM recognized by: Billingsley, Helms, Houlgate, National Championship Foundation, Parke Davis (tie with Yale) ; 1903: Michigan and Princeton recognized as National Champions : UM recognized by: Billingsley, National Championship Foundation (tie with Princeton) : Princeton recognized by: Helms, Houlgate, Parke Davis, National Championship Foundation ; 1904: Michigan and Penn recognized as National Champions : UM recognized by: Billingsley, National Championship Foundation (tie with Penn) : Penn recognized by: Helms, Houlgate, Parke Davis, National Championship Foundation (tie) ; 1918: Michigan and Pittsburgh recognized as National Champions : UM recognized by: Billingsley, National Championship Foundation (tie with Pittsburgh) : Pittsburgh recognized by: Helms, Houlgate, National Championship Foundation (tie) ; 1923: Michigan and Illinois recognized as National Champions : UM recognized by: Billingsley, National Championship Foundation (tie with Illinois) : California recognized by: Houlgate : Illinois recognized by: Boand, Football Research, Helms, Parke Davis, National Championship Foundation (tie) ; 1932: Michigan and Southern California recognized as National Champions : UM recognized by: Dickinson, Parke Davis (tie with Colgate and Southern California) : Colgate recognized by Parke Davis (tie) : Southern California recognized by: Billingsley, Boand, Dunkel, Football Research, Helms, Houlgate, National Championship Foundation, Parke Davis, (tie), Poling, Williamson ; 1933: Michigan recognized as National Champion : UM recognized by: Billingsley, Boand, College Football Research Association, Dickinson, Helms, Houlgate, Football Research, National Championship Foundation, Parke Davis (tie with Princeton), Poling : Ohio State recognized by: Dunkel : Princeton recognized by: Parke Davis (tie) : Southern California recognized by: Williamson ; 1947: Michigan recognized as National Champion: UM recognized by: Associated Press *, Berryman, Billingsley, Boand, DeVold, Dunkel, Football Research, Helms (tie with Notre Dame), Houlgate, Litkenhous, National Championship Foundation, Poling : Notre Dame recognized by: Associated Press Helms (tie), Williamson : *Notre Dame was No. 1 in the final AP poll, but Michigan jumped to No. 1 after an unprecedented post-bowl poll recognized Michigan and Notre Dame as National Champions ; 1948: Michigan recognized as National Champion : UM recognized by: Associated Press, Berryman, Billingsley, Boand, DeVold, Dunkel, Football Research, Helms, Houlgate, Litkenhous, National Championship Foundation, Poling, Williamson ; 1997: Michigan and Nebraska recognized as National Champion : UM recognized by: Associated Press, National Football Foundation, Football Writer's Association : Nebraska recognized by: ESPN/USA Today Coaches' Poll The above calculations are based on the 2002 Michigan Football Media Guide. For further information (and sometimes different conclusions) about college football national champions, see the College Football Date Warehouse National Champions site.


Tennis tie breaker?

7 points? 10 points if your doing a championship tie break.


When was the first tie ever in NFL history?

On Sunday, October 10, 1920, in the first year of the league's existence, and on the third week of play, two games ended in a scoreless tie: the Chicago (Racine) Cardinals and the Chicago Tigers, and the Cleveland Tigers and Dayton Triangles. These games appear to be the first tied games in the NFL (although at that time it was known as the American Professional Football Association; two years later they would change their name to the National Football League).


Can you tie in a football game?

Yes


How can there be a tie in pro football?

there can be a tie from the same score so they have to go into overtime then


Was there ever a tie in a football game?

During the 2002 NFL season the Pittsburgh Steelers hosted the Atlanta Falcons that ended in a 34-34 tie. I am sure that it has happened before, however it is very rare.


When was the first football championship game?

In the NFL, that would have been 1933. The NFL had only one division between 1920-1932 and whichever team had the highest winning percentage at the end of the season was crowned champion. In 1933, the NFL split teams into two divisions and instituted a championship game to determine the league champion. In the first championship game in 1933, the Chicago Bears defeated the New York Giants 23-21. In the 1932 season, there was a tie for the championship and the NFL scheduled a playoff game to determine who would be the league champion. In that game, the Chicago Bears defeated the Portsmouth Spartans (now the Detroit Lions) 9-0.

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