The first was Dutch Strassner, back then it was called Findlay University
No, that rule has been in college football for a long time but has never been adopted by the NFL.
According to the forbs list college coaches are paid more than NFL coaches.
college football you only have 4 years to play and you don't get paid in nfl you get paid and choose when to quit
NFL player Mike Person played for Montana State.
this can't be answered. just because a person goes to college does not become a NFL player. most players in college that are NFL worthy get scholarships for college.
No. Not in the NFL, only in college football
first you go to college,and if your good enough,you get selected for the nfl draft.in the nfl draft you must get picked to play on a team or your a free agent.when you get picked your on a team and then your in the nfl.
The first person drafted into the NFL was Jay Berwanger by the Philadelphia Eagles but he chose not to play. The first person to actually sign and play was Riley Smith who signed with Washington Redskins.
You hve to play high level college ball
First, you have to be a college football player when you are in college. If you are good enough, some random NFL team will pick you. It's just like in the article in Sports Illustrated about LaDanian Tomlinson!
First off, you have to be an incredible football player. Then you have to play college football for a few years, then you enter the NFL draft, and hope you get drafted.
The 2010 NFL season is his rookie year. He was drafted in the first round of the NFL college draft in April.
no but you do, college