There are four quarters with a halftime period that follows the second quarter in ncaa football.
I think your question is forgetting the schools name. Rankings come out after each football week usually on Sunday around 12:00 PM.
Typically, the AP and ESPN/Coaches Polls are released around noon each Monday.
Yale and Harvard
The rankings determined toward March Madness are based on college teams' record in the regular season. Each conference has their top teams. Afterwards, the tops get to enter March Madness.
About 13 or 14 weeks. Not counting the post-season bowl games which span about six weeks, each NCAA football team plays 12 games and has 1 bye week within the season. Teams with the best rankings in their division may play in a conference championship game, and the bowl games will include a National Championship Game now operated under the BCS (Bowl Championship System).
Texas high school football rankings are listed at MaxPreps. There one can find an individual tea, by division and section. The entire season stats are listed for each team as well as game highlights.
No, but there are bowl games where you can pick which Team will win each game kind of like Bracketology
Alabama and Notre Dame have won eight each. Oklahoma and USC have won seven each.
All college football teams have the exact same number of players dressed for each game (defined by NCAA rules).