To loosen the football up because new footballs can be a little hard and to expand the sweet spot that the kicker will be kicking.
I think they usually play Sandstorm by Darude
Before kickoff: Warrrrr During kickoff: Eagleee After kickoff: Hey!
Kickers do not deform the ball before they kick it.
Two hours before kickoff
Seven Nation Army by White Stripes
it depends because American football has hike but football(soccer) in the kickoff the ball has to go back before it goes forward
the football must travel ten yards for the offense to touch it. However, if the ball hits a defender, it is a live ball(the offense can recover it.)
Yes. If the team kicking the ball does not kickoff before the play clock has expired.
New rules prohibit tampering with the football. As a result "new" footballs are used on the kickoff. These balls are very pointed and don't stay on the tee very well. pressing on the ends will flatten them out some allowing them to stay on the tee better.
ohohohoho by zombie nation
AnswerYes there is the five yard difference, but the NFL ball also weighs more.AnswerThe guy who left this answer before I completely reconstructed it was an idiot. There is a 5 yard difference between pro and college, and the ball weighs more. But, most college kickers kick it to the middle of the endzone. Most pro kickers kick it to the goal line consistently. I have no idea where you're gtting this 10 yard line stuff from. So it really evens out.