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College football is American football played by teams of student athletes fielded by American universities, colleges, and military academies, or Canadian football played by teams of student athletes fielded by Canadian universities. It was through college football play that American football rules first gained popularity in the United States.

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Unlike most other sports in North America, no minor league farm organizations exist in American or Canadian football. Therefore, college football is generally considered to be the second tier of American football in the United States and Canadian football in Canada; one step ahead of high school competition, and one step below professional competition. However, in some areas of the country, college football is more popular than professional football,[1] and for much of the early 20th century, college football was seen as more prestigious than professional football.

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It is in college football where a player’s performance directly impacts his chances of playing professional football. The best collegiate players will typically declare for the professional draft after three to four years of collegiate competition, with the NFL holding its annual draft every spring in which 256 players are selected annually. Those not selected can still attempt to land an NFL roster spot as an undrafted free agent.
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HISTORy

A college football game between Texas Tech and Navy
Even after the emergence of the professional National Football League (NFL), college football remained extremely popular throughout the U.S.[2] Although the college game has a much larger margin for talent than its pro counterpart, the sheer number of fans following major colleges provides a financial equalizer for the game, with Division I programs – the highest level – playing in huge stadiums, six of which have seating capacity exceeding 100,000 people. In many cases, college stadiums employ bench-style seating, as opposed to individual seats with backs and arm rests (although many stadiums do have a small number of chairback seats in addition to the bench seating). This allows them to seat more fans in a given amount of space than the typical professional stadium, which tends to have more features and comforts for fans. (Only three stadiums owned by U.S. colleges or universities – Cardinal Stadium at the University of Louisville (Georgia State Stadium) at Georgia State University and FAU Stadium at Florida Atlantic University – consist entirely of chairback seating).

College athletes, unlike players in the NFL, are not permitted by the NCAA to be paid salaries. Colleges are only allowed to provide non-monetary compensation such as athletic scholarships that provide for tuition, housing, and books.

American college football

Early games appear to have had much in common with the traditional “mob football” played in Great Britain. The games remained largely unorganized until the 19th century, when intramural games of football began to be played on college campuses. Each school played its own variety of football. Princeton University students played a game called “ballown” as early as 1820. A Harvard tradition known as “Bloody Monday” began in 1827, which consisted of a mass ballgame between the freshman and sophomore classes. In 1860, both the town police and the college authorities agreed the Bloody Monday had to go. The Harvard students responded by going into mourning for a mock figure called “Football Fightum”, for whom they conducted funeral rites. The authorities held firm and it was a dozen years before football was once again played at Harvard. Dartmouth played its own version called “Old division football”, the rules of which were first published in 1871, though the game dates to at least the 1830s. All of these games, and others, shared certain commonalities. They remained largely “mob” style games, with huge numbers of players attempting to advance the ball into a goal area, often by any means necessary. Rules were simple, violence and injury were common.[4][5] The violence of these mob-style games led to widespread protests and a decision to abandon them. Yale, under pressure from the city of New Haven, banned the play of all forms of football in 1860.[4]

American football historian Parke H. Davis described the period between 1869 and 1875 as the ‘Pioneer Period’; the years 1876–93 he called the ‘Period of the American Intercollegiate Football Association’; and the years 1894–1933 he dubbed the ‘Period of Rules Committees and Conferences’

College football best bets for Week 1: Score predictions for Washington vs. Auburn, Michigan vs. Notre Dame, 20 other games

Washington quarterback Jake Browning and his No. 6 Huskies open the season Saturday against No. 9 Auburn.

College football is finally back, with a full slate of games coming this weekend. Week 1 brings some big matchups, including No. 6 Washington vs. No. 9 Auburn, No. 14 Michigan at No. 12 Notre Dame and No. 20 Virginia Tech at No. 19 Florida State.

Oregon running back Tony Brooks-James and his No. 24 Ducks play host to Bowling Green on Saturday at Autzen Stadium.

The Oregon State Beavers open at No. 5 Ohio State, while the No. 24 Oregon Ducks have a more manageable opponent in Bowling Green.

Check out score predictions for 22 of the top Week 1 games from The Oregonian/OregonLive’s Ken Goe, Sean Meagher and Joel Odom. We’ll bring you our predictions every week of the 2018 season

Northwestern at Purdue
When: 5 p.m. PT Thursday, Aug. 30
Where: Ross-Ade Stadium | West Lafayette, Indiana

TV: ESPN
Live stream: Watch ESPN

Latest line: Purdue by 1
Over/under: 51

Predictions
Goe: Purdue 31, Northwestern 27
Meagher: Northwestern 28, Purdue 24
Odom: Northwestern 31, Purdue 28

Weber State at Utah
When: 5 p.m. PT Thursday, Aug. 30
Where: Rice-Eccles Stadium | Salt Lake City, Utah

TV: Pac-12 Network
Live stream: Pac-12 Live / Pac-12 Now

Latest line: None
Over/under: None

Predictions
Goe: Utah 47, Weber State 13
Meagher: Utah 33, Weber State 10
Odom: Utah 38, Weber State 13

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College football best bets for Week 1: Score predictions for Washington vs. Auburn, Michigan vs. Notre Dame, 20 other games
Posted August 29, 2018 at 05:00 AM | Updated August 29, 2018 at 05:00 AM

Jake Browning
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Washington quarterback Jake Browning and his No. 6 Huskies open the season Saturday against No. 9 Auburn.

College football is finally back, with a full slate of games coming this weekend. Week 1 brings some big matchups, including No. 6 Washington vs. No. 9 Auburn, No. 14 Michigan at No. 12 Notre Dame and No. 20 Virginia Tech at No. 19 Florida State.

Oregon Ducks open fall camp 2018
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Oregon running back Tony Brooks-James and his No. 24 Ducks play host to Bowling Green on Saturday at Autzen Stadium.

The Oregon State Beavers open at No. 5 Ohio State, while the No. 24 Oregon Ducks have a more manageable opponent in Bowling Green.

Check out score predictions for 22 of the top Week 1 games from The Oregonian/OregonLive’s Ken Goe, Sean Meagher and Joel Odom. We’ll bring you our predictions every week of the 2018 season.

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Purdue quarterback Elijah Sindelar and the Boilermakers play host to Northwestern on Thursday night.

Northwestern at Purdue
When: 5 p.m. PT Thursday, Aug. 30
Where: Ross-Ade Stadium | West Lafayette, Indiana

TV: ESPN
Live stream: Watch ESPN

Latest line: Purdue by 1
Over/under: 51

Predictions
Goe: Purdue 31, Northwestern 27
Meagher: Northwestern 28, Purdue 24
Odom: Northwestern 31, Purdue 28

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Utah quarterback Tyler Huntley is set to lead the Utes when they take on Weber State in the season opener on Thursday night.

Weber State at Utah
When: 5 p.m. PT Thursday, Aug. 30
Where: Rice-Eccles Stadium | Salt Lake City, Utah

TV: Pac-12 Network
Live stream: Pac-12 Live / Pac-12 Now

Latest line: None
Over/under: None

Predictions
Goe: Utah 47, Weber State 13
Meagher: Utah 33, Weber State 10
Odom: Utah 38, Weber State 13

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Bryce Love leads the No. 13 Stanford Cardinal into their season opener Friday against San Diego State.

San Diego State at No. 13 Stanford
When: 6 p.m. PT Friday, Aug. 31
Where: Stanford Stadium | Stanford, California

TV: Fox Sports 1
Live stream: Fox Sports Go

Latest line: Stanford by 14.5
Over/under: 48.5

Predictions
Goe: Stanford 20, San Diego State 18
Meagher: Stanford 37, San Diego State 17
Odom: Stanford 27, San Diego State 17

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