James Work Memorial Stadium in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.
The term "bowl" originated from the Rose Bowl Stadium, site of the first post-season college football 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.
At least one does. The Beaver Falls Fighting Tigers in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania play their home games in Reeves Stadium at Geneva College. Joe Namath played for Beaver Falls in this stadium and his number is embossed in the artificial turf of the stadium.
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There is no special national football stadium in germany. The stadiums/cities for games of the national team change.
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.
The East Carolina football team, nicknamed "The Pirates", is the college football team for East Carolina University. The team's home games are played at the Dowdy-Fiklen Stadium, which is just south of the main campus.
The Boilermakers play their home games at Ross-Ade Stadium in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Western Michigan has played home games at Waldo Stadium in Kalamazoo since 1939.