Football games typically last 60 minutes, divided into four 15-minute quarters. A game’s scoreboard clock tracks the time remaining in a quarter, so it starts at 15:00 and counts downward to 0:00. The clock is displayed in the format m:s where m is the number of minutes remaining, and s is the number of seconds remaining in the current minute. The minutes range from 0 to 15 and are displayed with one or two digits as necessary. The seconds range from 00 to 59 and are always represented with two digits. A colon separates m and s.
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