Well, first of all, and NCAA football has stripes on it. Second of all, an NFL football is bigger than an NCAA one.
Yes. The NFL is professional football and the NCAA is college football.
Madden is the video game for the NFL and NCAA is college football. they're called Madden NFL (Year) and NCAA Football (Year)
You'll have to be more specific about your question. By the the way you framed your question I would have to assume that you are asking the difference between professional (American) football rules of the NFL and college rules from the NCAA division 1, of which there are far too many to go over here. They range from the number of feet you must have in bounds when you catch a pass (1 in college, 2 in pro) to the way overtime is conducted (NFL has a suddent death format, college has a back and forth format). There are literally hundreds of differences.
US football has numerous rules, most of which concern how the ball is used (play and scoring), what players may or may not do (scrimmage and penalties), and how specific situations are handled (officiating). See the related links below, which reflect "NFL Football Rules" and "NCAA Football Rules" (college).
John Waldorf has written: 'NCAA football rules committee chronology of 100 years, 1876 to 1976' -- subject(s): Rules, Football
Under current NCAA rules a player has five years to play four years. This means they are able to sit out or redshirt one year without penalty.
Fifty yards. It extends from 25-yard line to 25-yard line. (NCAA Rules and Interpretations: Rule 1.2.4a)
It is against the NCAA Rules to pay college football players, therefore, college football players make $0 per year until they get to the pros.
All college football teams have the exact same number of players dressed for each game (defined by NCAA rules).
the pop Warner rule book list only the variations from NCAA/HS football rules which is the basic rules for football. and it is said that the league presidents, reps and refs have seen an official handbook/rulebook but that is only hearsay. the individual leagues make their own rules. when you go to the regional playoffs then you play by the regions rules that are very close to the Disney rules where the champion is decided
Comparison of NCAA and NFL footballThe NCAA footall has white half stripes and some have team logls. The NFL football does not have strpes and has the commissioner's signature.They are both the same size and weight.The football is an oblong sphere and is 11 to 11.5 inches (28 to 29 centimeters) long. It has a lengthwise circumference of about 28.5 inches (72.4 centimeters) and a widthwise circumference of about 21.5 inches (54.6 centimeters) in the middle of the ball.
College football players, by NCAA rules, aren't allowed to make money playing football. it is amateur sports, meaning, the athletes are not paid. it is strictly forbidden by the NCAA for a collegiate athlete to receive compensation for playing sports.
The largest shutout in NCAA football history was a 2008 game between USC and Washington. The USC Trojans beat Washington State 69-0.
NCAA rules say you cannot win money in competition. so no the don't get money but the get items from sponsors like iPhones and watches,etc.
There the same size, 29.5
The most consecutive losses in NCAA football in Division 1 (FBS) belongs to the Northwestern Wildcats. They lost a total of 34 games in a row between 1979 and 1982.
Typically league rules are posted on their website or you can request a copy from the league office. In general leagues try to align their rules with major men's organization rules so NFL, NCAA, etc.
There are about 119 ncaa division 1 football schools.
Emmitt Smith played football at the NCAA level between 1987 and 1989 and at the NFL level between 1990 and 2004.
No they do not have an NCAA football team. However, the US Naval Academy does have an NCAA football team. And the academy graduates both Navy and Marine officers.
In NCAA D3 football there is a total of 239 teams. Hope its what your after!