Pros are the same as with every sport with added adrenaline rush, the only con is high injury risk.
the game lasts 48mins. in both college and pros, i don't know why the pros have 4 quarters, and college 2
Because the Pros play on Sunday, and weekdays are for school. Its all about the TV these days.
Graduate Highschool or College. Some sports require you have to take some College years and others allow you to go straight from high school.
I don't think there is disadvantages of sports as long as the sportsperson especially child get injured. Rather, I should share a blog for you to know the pros and cons of sports. Pros And Cons Of Sports For Children Children's Park North Rockwall, Texas Blog Spot
Nike pros are for comfort in speed running and they protect the soles of your feet
a advantage is that if you go pro you make big bucks, disadvantages are injuries and if you dont go to college and suck in the pros you have no back up option for a career
Pros: Figure out cons: Cause injuries
Pros:0 Cons: legal trouble, reduced sperm count
Pros: You play with dudes Cons: You play with chicks (non sexist)
An athlete or a sportsman Pros
Are you stupid there are no cons just pros and that would that you'd have something to fall back on if you dont make it in school
they do not.
According to Database Football, the only NFL player to come from Miles College was Ed McCall, a wide receiver who played with the Cincinnati Bengals in 1968.
Like everything else, it has it's pros and cons. Pros? Well, it's a sports car. You get the speed, the handling, and the "cool" factor. Let me expand on the "Cool factor." If you have a spouse, she probably won't approve of this. That's not very cool. She has reason, too. It's not practical, they're not good on fuel, and mostly, if you have a large family, consider a SPORTS CAR OUT of the equation.
I would guess about 1 out of 40 football, basketball and baseball players from division one colleges are offered professional contracts at some level perhaps in Europe. Most of them have very short pro careers. Players in lower division and other sports almost never become pros.
caycee sucks :p but i love her
Less than 1%
there's only pros
University of San Diego
Many college players get minor or serious injuries when playing sports. About roughly 330 to 400 people get injuried in their sport. Now if you wanted to know how many pros get injured that is a lot larger. About 500 players in any sport gets in an accidents during a game.