To find out the score of your favorite college or professional football team's latest game, visit a sports-related news website such as ESPN or Yahoo Sports. The "Sports" section of your local newspaper is also an excellent source for the previous day's results.
For the latest college and professional scores on the ESPN website, for example, select the appropriate tab, such as NCAAF or NFL, at the top of the ESPN home page. On the next page, click "Scores" to see the most recent scores, and proceed to the previous day, if desired. These sports pages provide box scores of the last games played, statistics, game recaps and play analysis.Learn More
Yale University has won the most national championships in college football, at 27 in total. The university football team, called the Yale Bulldogs, has been in existence since 1872. The team mascot, named Handsome Dan, is a live bulldog, and it was the first live college mascot in America.Full Answer >
Professional and college football games last for 60 minutes, divided into two 30-minute halves and four 15-minute quarters. High school football games last for 48 minutes, divided into two 24-minute halves with four 12-minute quarters. There is one halftime break and shorter breaks after the first and third quarters of the game.Full Answer >
Seven officials are on the field at one time in a National Football League game: the referee, umpire, head linesman, line judge, back judge, field judge and side judge. Each of these officials has unique responsibilities, though they share other responsibilities, such as throwing flags.Full Answer >
Songs played during a Clemson Tigers football game include "Tiger Rag" and "Tiger Fanfare." Former player Lee Brice also created a song for players as they enter onto the field called "Orange Empire."Full Answer >