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College football has long been a source of entertainment, not just to the players and students, but also to the general public. With the increased popularity in online gambling, college sports have become extremely big at online sportsbooks, and now college football is considered one of the most popular betting options in the United States.

In addition, there is quite a large college football fanbase in the United States and elsewhere that believe NCAA football is more exciting than the NFL. So what are the reasons that college football could be considered more entertaining than the top American football league in the world?

For one, every single game is important. As you’ve probably noticed on many occasions if you follow college football, if a team loses in the first week of the competition, they stand a chance to miss the national title game. Few sports are able to offer weekly matches that boast such a fierce necessity for victory.

It also goes without saying that the culture of college is far more centred on sport than any particular NFL city. Players and students alike follow their college teams with a tenacity only seen in the sincerest of NFL fans, which makes for massive crowds and thrilling entertainment at each and every college football game.

Finally, the rivalries are often much more intense between college football teams than NFL clubs. Universities and colleges already have rivalries at the best of times, but when two football teams combine to battle for a spot in a Bowl game, it can produce a fixture unmatched by even NFL playoffs.

Top NCAA Football Teams

Texas Longhorns
First season: 1883
Head coach: Mack Brown
Stadium: Darrell K Royal – Texas Memorial Stadium, Austin, Texas
All-time record: 845-318-33
National titles: 4
Heisman winners: 2
Consensus All-Americans: 50

Florida Gators
First season: 1906
Head coach: Urban Meyer
Stadium: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, Gainesville, Florida
All-time record: 654-374-40
National titles: 3
Heisman winners: 3
Consensus All-Americans: 27

Michigan Wolverines
First season: 1879
Head coach: Rich Rodriguez
Stadium: Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
All-time record: 877-302-36
National titles: 11
Heisman winners: 3
Consensus All-Americans: 77

Notre Dame Fighting Irish
First season: 1887
Head coach: Brian Kelly
Stadium: Notre Dame Stadium, Notre Dame, Indiana
All-time record: 837-290-42
National titles: 11
Heisman winners: 7
Consensus All-Americans: 95

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