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To the delight of the fans all around the country, the NCAA College Football season will soon be kicking-off. The biggest stars in the sport will take to courts to showcase that they have got what it takes to make the jump to the NBA and bring glory to their institutions. If you are a fan of the sport then grab your College Football tickets and root for your favorite team from the bleachers.
College Football and everything associated with it is looked after and governed by the NCAA. The entire structure is divided into three divisions with Division I being the premier category and the one which attracts the most interest. The sport can trace its roots way back to 1890s. James Naismith is credited by many to being the person who came up with Football in 1891. He was handed the task of creating a less physical sport which would keep athletes in proper condition. 21st December, 1891 is said to be the day when Football took the courts for the very first time.
Thirty two conferences and three hundred and forty seven colleges combine to complete the College Football NCAA Division I structure. The NCAA Men’s Division I Football Championship is the most prestigious competition and the winner of the tournament is widely regarded to be the national champion. It is however not the first College Football tournament to be established, that distinction goes to the National Invitation Tournament (NIT).
NIT began proceedings in 1938 and is still being played today which makes it the oldest Football tournament in the country. The tournament was the brainchild of the Metropolitan Football Writers Association. The inaugural edition was won by the Temple Owls who beat the Colorado Buffalos.
The NCAA Men’s Division I Football Championship began one year later in 1939. It was a manifestation of an idea conceived by Harold Olsen, the coach of the Ohio State University. The competition is also fondly known as the “Big Dance” and “March Madness” by the Football fraternity. It is also the most watched college level Football competition in the country today. One of the biggest reason for this is the fact that it has an elimination based format. There are no second chances; one bad game and you are out. The sudden death nature keeps the teams on their toes which forces them to bring their A game to the table, anything less is simply not good enough.
Out of the thirty two conferences, thirty one conference champions get automatic entry into the competition. Another thirty seven gain entry via invitation by the special selection committee formed by the NCAA. The entire field of sixty eight College Football teams are then categorized and put into four different regions. Every region has a minimum of seven teams each.
The NCAA committee then starts the process of seeding every side. The four top teams are seeded the highest and are sent to lead their respective regions. The next four best teams get second seeds in every region and the process is followed till every team is seeded. This information is kept private and hidden from the public to make it all more intriguing. The winner of the first region takes on the team that tops the fourth region in the semis for the chance to headline the final. The triumphant teams from other two regions go head to head in the other semi.
The venues are decided well in advance and in such a way that no team gets the advantage of playing at their home court before the “Final Four” round. The selection of arenas once completed is final and cannot be changed under any circumstances. The elimination format also gives the underdogs a chance to upset the odds and beat a big side as has happened countless times before.
UCLA leads the College Football title count by being crowned champions eleven times. They are followed by the University of Kentucky who has seven titles to its name. Third spot is shared by Indiana University and the University of North Carolina with five championships each.
The College Football title is up for grabs again and sixty eight of the best sides in the country will give all they have got to be crowned the best in the nation. The format makes every tie intriguing which adds that extra dimension to the proceedings. The competition is not too far now so book your College Football tickets and catch the action live.
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