At one time, pro footballs were striped all the way around, but now the pro ball has no stripes at all. The stripes on a college ball are only on the top half of the ball (the half with the laces) and have no meaning in todays game. The stripes are kept as a part of College Football tradition. They were once thought to be a visual aid in quickly pointing the laces outward in field goal situations.
Only about about 2 percent of high school football players receive college scholarships "well about 20% of high school football players get college football scholarships." "martin alberts College Florida" is incorrect.
No...a high school football is smaller than a college football
It depends on the level of play, college and high school balls are different weight
he play football when he was in high school
Yes. High school and college (NCAA) footballs are slightly smaller and lighter.
college football size vs. high school football size
yes they are bigger than high school.
Yes you don't have to play high school football at all. You just have to fulfill the requirements of the college.
If someone is a high school football player why would he be eligible to play in a college football game?
5.7 percent of highschool senior football players will go on to college football.