Michigan's first televised game was in what year?
The first televised football game was September 30, 1939 - Waynesburg College vs. Fordham University
It was a college baseball game.
It was in 1947
patriots and falcons
Back in 1946 the BBC televised live the second half of Barnet's game against Wealdstone from Underhill - the first televised broadcast.
sept. 21, 1971
Depends on whether it's professional, college, or other, and also whether or not it's televised. The average length of an NFL football game as of 2004 is 3 hours, 6 minutes (televised).
Football was the first US sport to be televised in the UK. It came only two weeks after the first rugby game was broadcast.
An NFL game was televised for the first time when NBC broadcast the Brooklyn Dodgers-Philadelphia Eagles game from Ebbets Field to the approximately 1,000 sets then in New York. 1939
The year was 1939 between the Philadelphia Eagles and Brooklyn Dodgers.
The first televised football game was a college game between Waynesburg and Fordham on September 30, 1939 from Triboro Stadium in Randall's Island, NY. NBC broadcasted the game to an estimated 500 homes and Bill Stern was the play-by-play announcer.
The first official source of college football news was the NCAA. The first college football game was between Princeton and Rutgers University in 1869.
1869 was the first season. The first college football game was between Rutgers and Princeton at Princeton College. P.S.: Rutgers won.
Rutgers and Princeton played in the first-ever college football game in 1869.
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
The military bases played the game first.
The first American football game was a college game played in 1869. The National Football League was established in 1920.
October 8, 1921,