Theres many ways to look at it. In many ways the NFl is better. College football is usually more exciting as far as fans and atomosphere....and guys are playing their best most of or all the time with pro careers possibly on the line.
-THE GAMES ARE SOO MUCH BETTER LIVE
-YOU CAN WEAR YOUR FAV PLAYERS JERSEY WITHOUT FEAR OF A TRADE
-THE OVERTIME GIVES EACH TEAM A CHANCE TO WIN
-THE PLAYERS HAVE HEART..THEY HAVEN'T BEEN RUINED BY THE MONEY YET
...LOTS OF REASONS.. I LIKE THE PROS BUT WOULD GO TO A GAME IN THE SWAMP OVER IT ANYDAY!
reasons to like college better.
1) no atmoshpere like a college football game(tailgaiting, crowd noise)
2) if you live in a region w/ alot of football talent you would like college better, b/c it displays how good your local players are.
3) Why do you care which is better? It's not a competition.
That's true but on the flip side, the last couple Super Bowls have been crap. The last NC game, while it wasn't close, was still a good game because OSU was such a big favorite. Two years before that, the USC/Texas game was more exciting than any Super Bowl ever. Both NFL and NCAAF are great, and that's why there are two days in the weekend.
I completely disagree. I prefer college football for several reasons.
The games are more interesting to watch because in the pros, everyone is too good. You hardly ever see any big plays. It's stop after stop after stop. Snore.
Second, in college football there's more loyalty, tradition, and overall spectacle involved in each of the games because these teams represent entire schools. Fans are diehard for life for this same reason and the players aren't going to be traded to another school.
Finally, college football DOES have a playoff system. It's called the regular season. Every game counts. There are no bullsh*t filler games before of the real season starts.
The only thing the NFL has over college football is the cameras. They have much better TV coverage of the games. You really feel like you're in the field with the teams.
That, however, is it.
no way dude either you don't see the difference i mean young player are trying to get recognition to excel in the sport as for the old guys no disrespect but bones all beat up and just as to get up to the line of scrimmage oh what a challenge!!!
bmp true= usc/texas and oklahoma/boise st.
And this is coming from an Italian Soccer fan?
Dude did you watch the Pats-Chargers game last night? Wasn't it supposed to be a good game?
College football owns the NFL badly in terms of excitement, history, traditon, and atomsphere.
Ya um well theres no point of having a salary in college because they dont get paid you idiot