What Is the Age Limit to Play College Football?

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There is no age limit for college football eligibility. The limits are set on years of play. A player may not exceed five years of play. Once he has played five years, he (or she) is no longer eligible. There was a college player that started his college career at the ripe old age of 49. Because he had never played, he was eligible.
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U cannot be older than 20 years of age, as dictated by the NCAA 2009 guidlines.
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NCAA rules do not forbid students of any age playing football. Their
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no age limit... at community colleges there are more adults then young adults. For a university there are more young adults (starting college around 18 or 19) but they do not discriminate
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17 is the average age of a high school senior, senior football players would fall into that age too.
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