The first successful filming of a College Football game was in 1904 at a game between the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago.
The first successful filming of a college football game was in 1904 at a game between the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago.
The first American football game filmed was between the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago in 1904. Click on the 'First Filmed American Football Game' link on this page to read about the game.
The first radio broadcast of a college football game happened on October 8, 1921 in a game featuring the University of Pittsburgh and West Virginia University
Purdue University played its first football game on October 29, 1887.
The first university football game was played in 1869 between Rutgers University and The College of New Jersey, which is now Princeton.
Kansas University's first football game was played on November 22, 1890 against Baker University. Baker won 22-9.
The first official source of college football news was the NCAA. The first college football game was between Princeton and Rutgers University in 1869.
Nat Northington, who attended the University of Kentucky, was the first African American to play in a football game for an SEC school. The year was 1967 and the game was against the University of Mississippi.
She is an American who was the first to play and score in a NCAA football game, and the first woman to play and score in a Division I football game. She did this at Jacksonville State University on August 30th, 2001.