Football played by mostly 18-21 year-olds at colleges and universities. It is essentially the pre-requisite to the NFL
. There are serveral different divisions, but 1-A is the only one that matters.
There are 11 conferences in division 1-A
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Mid-American Conference (MAC)
Mountain West (MW)
Pacific 10 (Pac-10)
Southeastern Conference (SEC)
Western American Conference (WAC)
The Big 10, Big 12, ACC, SEC, Pac-10 and Big East are considered to be the major conferences, and the top teams from these conferences receive automic bids to play in post season bowl games, which put the best teams in the country against eachother. All major bowl games used to be played on New Years day, but then they fucked with tradition.
College football is considered by many to be superior to professional football because of the rivalries and presitige amongst the schools.
Did you see the Ohio State-Michigan game last week? That kind of intense rivalry is college football at it's finest.
First began as a sport in New Jersey c. 1869 between Princeton and Rutgers. The game is a unique blend of soccer and rugby with a distinctly American style. Today football played between universities, "college football," is the nation's most attended sporting event and contains far more pagentry, tradition, and soul than professional football.
Time to grab a beer, fire up the grill, open the tailgate, listen to the band, and enjoy America's REAL pastime....college football.
Form of football. Very exciting with diehard fans and intence rivalries, But all in all, inferior to the NFL. Because for one: NFL players are improved college players, college players are college players. And #2: only about 30 teams in College Football are Decent, while the other 80 are crap.
Anyway, it's still a very good league to watch
Go Trojans! College Football Champions 2003 and 2004!