The average attendance in a football game depends on the specific game. College games typically have higher attendance than high school games.
College bowl games are college football games. The only people that may compete in college bowl football games are the players from each of the college football teams.
You can watch college football games at RealPlayer. You can watch specific college games. You can receive games in seconds. RealPlayer is easy to use and free.
One loud stadium in American College football is Memorial Stadium - aka "Death Valley", in Clemson, South Carolina. Home to the Clemson Tigers, ESPN recorded what was then the highest ever sound of any college football game at 132 db (louder than a fighter jet) in 2005. Large games at Death Valley easily average up into the 120 decibel range. Husky stadium has the highest recorded db ever taken in a college football game at 133.6 this was taken by ESPN. No one is louder than sports fans in Seattle.
Yes, ESPN shows both college and professional football games. They also support fantasy football.
An average NFL football game has about 12 minutes of actual play time. It probably varies a little for college or high school games.
college ball is a little smaller
Michigan won the most games
ESPN offers several college football games and events on their website for streaming. You can watch them live or in repeat at WatchESPN.com.