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Q: How many minutes are in each quarter of a college football game?

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15 minutes in college and the NFL. 12 minutes in high school varsity. JV or middle-school games can vary.

15 minutes each quarter.

There are about 15 minutes in each quarter of a NFL football game. There are 4 quarters in a NFL football game, thus making it a hour. Usually, 2 minutes are in between each quarter and 15 minutes in halftime. That makes it 21 minutes of break. So an average football game will take anywhere from 1 and a half hours to 2 hours, depending how many injuries there are.

There are four quarters lasting fifteen minutes each. As the word "quarter" suggests, there are four.

From the quarter finals there is 30 minutes , of 15 minutes each, followed by penalties.

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15 minutes in college and the NFL. 12 minutes in high school varsity. JV or middle-school games can vary.

About 15 minutes each quarter

Each quarter in the NFL is exactly 15 minutes long.

15 minutes each quarter.

15 minutes for each quarter. 60 minutes for the whole game.

there is 15 minutes in each quarter plus the time spent with the clock stopped

In men's college basketball there are 2 halves at 20 minutes each In men's college football there are 4 quarters at minutes each

5 and 15 minutes long

Four quarters of 15 minutes each.

In a football game, a quarter lasts for 15 minutes. After 2 quarters comes the halftime, when the players take a break (usually 15 minutes) before they come back to the game.

60 minutes of playing; 15 for each quarter

90mins - 2 halves of 45 minutes each, plus injury time. American and Canadian Football - 4 quarters of 15 minutes each. Australian Football - typically 20 minutes a quarter, but can vary and injury time can be applied.

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