A bunch of 25-year-old millionaires who will dump your town the minute their agent secures a better offer. There is no loyalty in the NFL. College football is all about loyalty.
Originally posted by: torpid
Even though I disagree with a few, you can have your 20 points because they still don't add up to anywhere near enough to offset the gross lack of skill / technique / talent / execution in the game compared to the NFL. I'm fairly certain gary coleman could be a successful running back in college football on the right team, for example.
Originally posted by: chuckywang
There are tons of money involved, but none go to the players. That would definitely be a violation of NCAA rules.
Originally posted by: Canun
College players seem to work harder. They have to impress to get to the next level, where as in the NFL it is about stretching out the career.
Originally posted by: monk3y
I don't think I can ever get as passionate about the NFL (random cities) than I can about my college team.
Originally posted by: bigdog1218
21. They're paid more money.
College football is crap. I'd rather watch two good teams play, then two bad rivals. They're not a bunch of wholesome do it for the team players, they want their money just as much as the NFL players.
Originally posted by: txrandom
Originally posted by: F22 Raptor
Checkerboard end zones. Aggies kissing their girls after a touchdown. Nittany Lion roars. Boats on Lake Washington anchoring at a Husky game. The flaming spear at midfield. The Sooner Schooner. Touchdown Jesus. Traditions are the imprimatur of every college team and its fans. As long as the NFL is operated out of one office in New York, tradition will be disallowed.