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  1. 1. Clemson vs Bengals

    • Clemson wins
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    • Bengals by 7+
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    • Bengals by 14+
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    • Bengals by 21+
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    • Bengals by 28+
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    • Bengals by 35+
    • Bengals by a massive margin (ex: 63-0)


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Who would win or how badly would the Bengals win? I've read recent theories/articles that Alabama could compete in the NFL, although amused, it made me wonder, how would the best college team fare against an NFL team? In my opinion, not well at all.

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The worst NFL team would name the score against the best college football teams each year. NFL teams have a roster of 53 professional players. The best college teams have a select few that will make a 53 man roster at some point.

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College All-Stars (Drafted Players) used to play the Super Bowl champ from the previous year in an exhibition game to start the next NFL season.

 

I only did the Super Bowl era games. And then an amusing recap of the final game.

 

August 5, 1966 Green Bay Packers 38 College All-Stars 0

August 4, 1967 Green Bay Packers 27 College All-Stars 0

August 2, 1968 Green Bay Packers 34 College All-Stars 17

August 1, 1969 New York Jets 26 College All-Stars 24

July 31, 1970 Kansas City Chiefs 24 College All-Stars 3

July 30, 1971 Baltimore Colts 24 College All-Stars 17

July 28, 1972 Dallas Cowboys 20 College All-Stars 7

July 27, 1973 Miami Dolphins 14 College All-Stars 3

July 26, 1974 Canceled due to 1974 NFL strike

Game was originally scheduled between the Miami Dolphins and College All-Stars

August 1, 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 21 College All-Stars 14

July 23, 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers 24 College All-Stars 0

 

The finale took place in 1976 during a downpour at Soldier Field on July 23. Despite featuring stars such as Chuck Muncie, Mike Pruitt, Lee Roy Selmon, and Jackie Slater, the all-stars were hopelessly outmatched by the Pittsburgh Steelers, winners of Super Bowl X. The star quarterback for the College All-Stars was Steeler draft pick Mike Kruczek, out of Boston College. Late in the third quarter, with the Steelers leading 24–0, high winds prompted all-star coach Ara Parseghian to call time out. Fans began pouring out onto the field and sliding on the turf. With the rain getting harder, the officials ordered both teams to their locker rooms. All attempts to clear the field failed; the fans even tore down the goalposts. However, by this time the rain had become so heavy that the field would have been unplayable even if order had been restored. Finally, at 11:01 pm NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle and the Tribune announced that the game had been called. The news was greeted with jeers, and numerous brawls broke out on the flooded field before order was finally restored. Joe Washington of Oklahoma was selected MVP of this final College All-Star game.

 

Chicago Tribune Charities had every intention of staging a 1977 game. However, with coaches increasingly unwilling to let their high draft picks play and insurance costs on the rise due to higher player salaries, the Tribune announced on December 21, 1976, that the game would be discontinued.

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College All-Stars (Drafted Players) used to play the Super Bowl champ from the previous year in an exhibition game to start the next NFL season.

 

I only did the Super Bowl era games. And then an amusing recap of the final game.

 

August 5, 1966 Green Bay Packers 38 College All-Stars 0

August 4, 1967 Green Bay Packers 27 College All-Stars 0

August 2, 1968 Green Bay Packers 34 College All-Stars 17

August 1, 1969 New York Jets 26 College All-Stars 24

July 31, 1970 Kansas City Chiefs 24 College All-Stars 3

July 30, 1971 Baltimore Colts 24 College All-Stars 17

July 28, 1972 Dallas Cowboys 20 College All-Stars 7

July 27, 1973 Miami Dolphins 14 College All-Stars 3

July 26, 1974 Canceled due to 1974 NFL strike

Game was originally scheduled between the Miami Dolphins and College All-Stars

August 1, 1975 Pittsburgh Steelers 21 College All-Stars 14

July 23, 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers 24 College All-Stars 0

 

The finale took place in 1976 during a downpour at Soldier Field on July 23. Despite featuring stars such as Chuck Muncie, Mike Pruitt, Lee Roy Selmon, and Jackie Slater, the all-stars were hopelessly outmatched by the Pittsburgh Steelers, winners of Super Bowl X. The star quarterback for the College All-Stars was Steeler draft pick Mike Kruczek, out of Boston College. Late in the third quarter, with the Steelers leading 24–0, high winds prompted all-star coach Ara Parseghian to call time out. Fans began pouring out onto the field and sliding on the turf. With the rain getting harder, the officials ordered both teams to their locker rooms. All attempts to clear the field failed; the fans even tore down the goalposts. However, by this time the rain had become so heavy that the field would have been unplayable even if order had been restored. Finally, at 11:01 pm NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle and the Tribune announced that the game had been called. The news was greeted with jeers, and numerous brawls broke out on the flooded field before order was finally restored. Joe Washington of Oklahoma was selected MVP of this final College All-Star game.

 

Chicago Tribune Charities had every intention of staging a 1977 game. However, with coaches increasingly unwilling to let their high draft picks play and insurance costs on the rise due to higher player salaries, the Tribune announced on December 21, 1976, that the game would be discontinued.

 

I read all about that on Wikipedia before this.

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It would be 197-0 in the first half.

 

I don't know if I'd be that bad. They would have to score twice every minute. They also wouldn't be playing a high school team. Realistically, I'd say the score would be something like 63-0, mercifully. Like after the second quarter, they just play their bench and start running the clock. If they did NOT play mercifully, and with FULL effort, your talking about 126-0.

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