division 1 cant play teams from division 2 unless fcs
Steve Williams played Division 1 college football at Oklahoma University from 1977-1981. Before that he had played in High School. He never played professional football.
No, he attended the University of New Hampshire, but he never played college football.
No, Regis Philbin never played football for Notre Dame. He attended college there, but never played.
never cause they never played
Paul Johnson, head coach for Georgia Tech. David Cutcliffe- Duke, George O' Leary-UCF, Bobby Hauck-UNLV
maybe, you never know
No, Ohio State and Rutgers have never met in college football. The first meeting between the two teams will take place in 2014 as they will both be members of the Big Ten's East Division.
No, they have never met in college football.
LeBron James is a professional basketball player. He never played college football, nor did he even attend college.
USC, notre dame
Never has happened. The NFL and College Football are 2 different leagues besically, they will never play each other due to expierence problems and scheduling confrontations.
There are actually more than four college football head coaches who never played football. Some of them are Dennis Franchione, Charlie Weis, Paul Johnson, and Sonny Dykes. Also on the list are David Cutcliffe, Hugh Freeze, and Mike Leach.
USC, Notre Dame, Washington, Michigan State and UCLA.
charlie weis navy and 2 others in 08 09
No Preston Pearson went to the University of Illinois and excelled at basketball. He never played college football.
AnswerPaul Johnson at Georgia Tech, Mark Mangino at Kansas, Mike Leach at Texas TechAndy Smith at California
College never became football. People in college play football.
45,000 Including Joe Reitz from the Colts who played basketball at Northwestern in college.
the cal state san marcos team since they dont play football
No, USC has never played a "Division II" football team. USC has played six games against current Division I-FCS teams, and is 6-0. USC has played 62 games against current Division III teams, and is 45-10-7. It's important to note that most of these games were played prior to the modern divisional format of the NCAA.