Navy 2004 Emerald Bowl: 14 minutes 25 seconds against New Mexico Navy vs. New Mexico in the 2004 Emerald Bowl in San Francisco. The Navy offense had a 26-play, 94-yard, 14:26 drive that was capped off by a Geoff Blumenfeld 22-yard field goal to make the score 34-19. The 26 plays and 14:26 time of possession were both NCAA records for a single drive. If a team started a drive on their own 1-yard line, took 4 downs to make a first down every time, got just enough every time to get the first down, allowed the play clock to nearly expire before every play, took 5 seconds to run each play, never threw an incomplete pass, and the clock never stopped... that would mean 1 play was run every 50 seconds. It would take 4 plays to get to the 11-yard line, 4 more to get to the 21-yard line, etc, for a total of 40 plays to get a touchdown. These 40 plays would take 2,000 seconds, or 33 minutes, 20 seconds. However, even if the drive started at the beginning of the game, or the beginning of the second half, the drive would end at the end of the half, for a maximum of 30 minutes. Unless... You count penalties, automatic first downs, etc. That could keep the clock running and increase the amount of plays on the drive
The address of the Pro Football Hall Of Fame is: 2121 George Halas Drive, NW, Canton, OH 44708
The Boston Redskins had a 14:03 drive during the third game of the 1935 season against the Chicago Bears. Sammy Baugh ran for 56 yards and passed for 49, as the 'skins scored on their 23rd play of the drive. As a result of this drive, and the eventual loss of the game 33-17, Hall of Fame coach George Halas of the Bears, instituted the first three man linebacker formation in the NFL. Not only was this the birth of the legendary "Monsters of the Midway", it began a long tradition of hard-hitting, middle linebackers for the Bears.
Because there is nothing else to do, and everyone at least in kansas loves playing football. Most parents drive there kids to play, and in kansas we start young.
You have to be 18 to drive in Poland.
It's about a 6-7 hour drive depending on how fast you drive.
The longest drive possible is starting from the team's own end zone. This has been done before, but it is rare.
For a single drive, the 2008 New York Giants had the ball for almost 10 minutes.
The New York Giants in 07. The total time of the drive was 9 min 59 sec.
His longest drive in a PGA Tour event is 425 yards.
His official recorded longest drive to date is 449 yards.
Our Longest Drive - 2012 was released on: USA: 16 October 2012
The cast of Our Longest Drive - 2012 includes: Vic Zast as himself
The Captive The Longest Drive 2 - 1976 is rated/received certificates of: USA:R
LTO Consortium drives use the longest tapes.