College Football Playoff games
What is the longest game in college football history?
The 2003 Arkansas vs. Kentucky football game was a college football game played on November 1, 2003 between the University of Arkansas Razorbacks and the University of Kentucky Wildcats; it tied an NCAA record for the longest football game ever played. The game included seven overtime periods.
Has a college football game ever ended 0-0?
One of the sloppiest games in college football history took place on Nov. 19, 1983. It was also the last time a major college football game ended in a scoreless tie. Oregon and Oregon State played to a 0-0 tie in heavy rain at Autzen Stadium in a game plagued by miscues.
Has there ever been a 0 to 0 football game?
The last game in NFL history finished with a 0-0 tie was on November 7th 1943 New York Giants @ Detroit Lions.
What are the 4 types of crowds?
Other sociologists distinguished four types of crowds: casual, conventional, expressive, and acting.
What sport has the largest attendance?
Highest attended leagues by sport
|Motor racing||Formula One||4,071,400|
|American football||National Football League||17,510,312|
|Cricket||Indian Premier League||3,422,347|