This is not a question - it's a STATEMENT !
Pasadena at the Rose Bowl
is osu going to win the national championship yea they will of course they are number 1
No, because they suck.
It is immpossible to know the future of college basketball.
Connecticut won the Big East championship going 5-2 in their conference.
they can walk on
1 in 1984, they beat Michigan in the Holiday Bowl (pre BCS) after going 13-0.
if im really good at football can i become a pro football player
How in the world am i going to new . It is either 13 or 7
Yes you would need to try out.
by going to high school or college...Or you can prove
The University of Texas Longhorns have won four national titles in all ('63, '69, '70, '05). But since the BCS was instated in 1996, only the 2005 National Championship is a BCS National Championship. Therefore, the Texas Longhorns have won a total of one BCS National Championship, however they are going for a second one on January 7th, 2010, in the same sight of their previous championship won in the Rose Bowl.
I am assuming you are asking if you can be a professional football player without going to college. The answer is yes. You would contact the team for which you are interested in trying to play. The odds of getting a tryout without an agent to represent you and no resume of football experience are very, very bad.
Football and Rugby are the two main sports in France. (Although everyone knows that the national sport is going on strike.)
taylor wouldn't be in the NFL but he might be in college football. Some college in west michigan
Whatever one you think. It all depends on how well and good they have been playing this year.
Totally Narly Florida!
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how many players played in professional football with out going to college