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Every Other Meaningful Football League ...

... uses those more oblong footballs (college football, high school football).

Sheesh, NFL, get with the times!

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    If the footbal leagues start from the school level, high school level and the college level. From there some talent play will find out and they will be an asset for the nation. I appreciate for such leagues.
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Why wasn't the "Helmet" head hit to Quarterback Tebow's head called a foul? The game is tough emough but a head hit by a tackler with his head downward is unsportsman like, and no penalty was called......we saw it, so the unpires must have seen it.
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