In the present research, the relationship between American football and American culture has been explored. It is acknowledged by many that there has been an error in the preoccupation with baseball in the sports history of America; there have been a number of studies conducted recently that focused on football. These studies are a welcome addition to the works related with the history of contemporary sports in America. While as lately as in 1988, sports historians were facing the challenge of finding comprehensive academic analysis regarding what had happened to the spectator sport that is most popular in America. For example, in bibliographic essay written in 1995 regarding the historical writings of Americans sport during the period between 1850 and 1920, Stephen Riess was only capable of identifying a journal article, one PhD thesis and the official history of the National Football League (NFL). In the same way, he can find only two books and some articles related with college football. Although this research covered only the work that has been done up to 1920, it clearly shows that there is a significant lack of material related with American football, particularly when it is compared with the number of researchers that have been conducted on baseball. Therefore, it is not wrong to say that even sports historians have very little to say regarding football (Bissinger, 1991).