At one time, pro footballs were striped all the way around, but now the pro ball has no stripes at all. The stripes on a college ball are only on the top half of the ball (the half with the laces) and have no meaning in todays game. The stripes are kept as a part of college football tradition. They were once thought to be a visual aid in quickly pointing the laces outward in field goal situations.
Stripes around the ends of a football were used initially to help locate the ball during night games.
The college football has white stripes on one half and is slightly (Larger?,Smaller?)
college ball is a little smaller
no it is not a pro ball is slightly longer
fOr the grip.
the white stripes make the ball more visible in the air.
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Marvin Harrison played his college ball at Syracuse University.
Yes. There was a rule in college football where the defense could not advance the ball after recovering a fumble but it was abolished in 1992.
LT played football for TCU.