The College Football has white stripes on one half and is slightly (Larger?,Smaller?)
college football is when you are in college and pro football is when you are out of college and also in pro football you get paid but not college football. you can get into pro by being a college player and getting drafted into pro.
Yes, there is a slight dimensional difference.
Dallas Cowboys - pro football Texas longhorns - college football Aggies - college football Mavericks - pro basketball Dallas Cowboys - pro football Texas longhorns - college football Aggies - college football Mavericks - pro basketball
A college size football is about the same as highschool size football Pro is a size up from college
no you can try out for a pro team after college.
If the college all stars count, then yes the all stars have played a pro team, twice.
arena football is pro football but it is just 50 yards and has different rules. semi pro football is like a little league for the NFL.
College football started in 1869 when Rutgers University played Princeton University. Pro football was started in 1920 with twelve teams
Wow! What a dumb questions. You don't need a college degree to play pro football. Wow! What a dumb questions. You don't need a college degree to play pro football.
No, after you graduate you become INELIGIBLE. So, go on to Semi-Pro, or Pro football.
if im really good at football can i become a pro football player
He played College and University football
No, the player would lose is amateur status and no longer be eligible.
college football has more viewers on a weekly basis
You either have to be drafted or invited to training camp by a pro football team. Typically, you have to play at least 3 years of college football.
no it is not a pro ball is slightly longer
no they are different sizes
they can walk on