Can college football end in a draw?

Overtime

If there is a tie after the regular playing time, then there will be a 15-minute extra time, the so-called Overtime, played. First the coin toss takes place. The winning team can decide whether to attack or defend first. Usually an attack is decided because overtime has its own rules.
If a touchdown or a safety is achieved in the first attack, the game is over immediately without the other team being allowed to attack again. If only one field goal is scored, the other team can try to score for their part. If there is still a draw after 15 minutes, the game ends in a draw. Exceptions are playoffs such as playoffs or the Super Bowl. These games are played until a winner is determined.

In college football, unlike in the NFL, every team has a drive in overtime. This starts at the opposing 25 yard line. Overtimes are played until a winner is determined. From the third overtime onwards, no extra point is allowed. A two-point conversion must be carried out.

AT:

A.

›Audible

B.

›Back Judge› Backfield ›Ball Carrier› Blind Side ›Blitz› Block ›Blocking

C.

›Chain Crew› Clipping ›Clock Management› Coin Toss ›Completion› Crossbar

D.

›Delay of Game› Down ›Draftnik› Drive ›Drop Kick› DVOA

E.

›Encroachment› Endzone ›Extrapoint

F.

›Face Mask› Fair Catch ›False Start› Fast-Paced Offense ›Field Goal› Flag ›Free Agent› Fumble ›Fumble Recovery

G

›Goalline› Gridiron

H

›Hail Mary› Halftime ›Halftime Show› Handoff ›Hashmarks› Huddle

I.

›I-Formation› Illegal Formation ›Illegal Motion› Inbounds ›Incomplete Pass› Injury Reserve ›Intentional Grounding› Interception

K

> Kick off

L.

›Lateral› Line of Scrimmage

M.

›Man in Motion› Man-to-Man Coverage

N

›Neutral Zone› No-Huddle

R.

›Read Option› Restricted Free Agent ›Rookie› Roughing the Kicker ›Roughing the Passer

M - Z:

O

›Off-Season› Offside ›Onside Kick› Out of Bounds ›Overtime

P

›Passroute› Passrush ›Penalty› Pick Six ›Place Kick› Play Action ›Playbook› Playcall ›Pocket› Point after Touchdown ›Post-Season› Preseason ›Pro Day› Punt ›Pylon

Q

›Quarter› Quarterback Rating ›Quarterback Sneak› Quick Count

S.

›Sack› Safety ›Scramble› Screen Pass ›Shotgun› Seven Round Pick ›Slide› Snap ›Spike› Stiff Arm ›Strong Side› Stunt ›Sweep

T

›Tackle› Takeaway ›Territory› Third and Long ›Three and Out› Three-Year Eligibility Rule ›Time Out› Touchback ›Touchdown› Trenches ›Tripping› Turnover ›Turnover on Downs› Two-Minute Warning ›Two-Point Conversion

U

›Umpire› Unnecessary Roughness ›Unrestricted Free Agent› Unsportsmanlike Conduct ›Uprights

V.

›Vince Lombardi Trophy

W.

›Weak Side› Wideout ›Wild Card› WPA

Z

›Zone Defense