No. Division 1A (aka, FBS) football teams have not played D-2 football teams in several decades; however, most Division 1A teams now host one game against a team from D-1AA (aka, FCS). Some 1A teams even host two 1AA teams in a season, such as last year when Florida State hosted Western Carolina and Chattanooga. Do not confuse Division 2 with Division 1AA. Keep in mind that D-1A football teams are simply D-1 for all sports other than football, while D-2 teams are D-2 for everything. For example, D-1A football schools like Villanova, Georgetown, and Davidson have Basketball teams who compete for the D-1 national championship. Notre Dame has not played a team from D-1AA (FCS) since D-1AA came into existence in 1979. Appalachian State has no agreement whatsoever to play Notre Dame in football at any time in the future, but ASU does have contracts to play at East Carolina, Georgia, Virginia Tech, and Florida over the next several years.
As of the 2008 season, there are 119 Division 1-A football teams and 119 Division 1-AA football teams.
For the 2008 season, there are 119 Division 1-A teams and 119 Division 1-AA teams for a total of 238 Division 1 football teams.
As of the 2008 season, there are 119 colleges that play NCAA Division 1A football.
University of Tennessee Ohio State University Michigan (was on the list until 2008)
Not including 2008 season Michigan does
The only Division 1 team that went undefeated was Utah (13-0).
I believe the number is 347.
London does not have just 1 football team - it is made up of many teams. For example in the 2007/2008 season there are 5 premiership football teams based in London.
As of the start of the 2008 season, the Gamecocks were ranked 60th of all Division 1-A teams with 521 wins (All time record as of the 2008 season was 521-523-44). Ranked 59th was North Carolina State with 524 wins and ranked 61st was Baylor with 517 wins.
As of the 2008 season, no team has won 3 consecutive Super Bowls.
7 Teams from Florida competed in division 1-A football during the 2008 season: Florida Atlantic University Owls Florida International University Golden Panthers Florida State University Seminoles University of Central Florida Knights University of Florida Gators University of South Florida Bulls University of Miami Hurricanes
The predicted Division winners at the beginning of the season were Canucks, Red wings, Ducks, and in the east New Jersey, Ottawa andCarolina. Most of these proved to be accurate.
As of the start of the 2008 season, the Cowboys, Steelers, and 49ers have each won 5 Super Bowls.
As of the 2008 season, USC and Florida have met twice in football. In 1982, Florida won 17-9 and in 1983, the teams tied 19-19.
In Division I football, according to the 2008 NCAA Division I football records manual, the record is 40 and held by Nebraska (1962-2001) and Notre Dame (1889-1932, Notre Dame did not field teams in 1890 and 1891). Click on the 'NCAA Division I Football Records' link below to see the manual. You will need Adobe Reader to be able to view it.
NFC south with 40 total victories, and 2 playoff teams
As of the 2008 season, the last meeting between the two teams was the 1982 Cotton Bowl with Texas winning 14-12.
What do you want to know about 208-09 Football Programmes, considering the season has barely started only a handful of football programmes will be available www.jcprogrammes.co.ukhas listings for individual teams that may be of some help to you.
In 2008 the teams were Alabama and Florida
As of the 2008 season, Miami ranks tied for 53rd in Division I all time wins with 537. They are tied with Arizona State.
Division I is Joe Paterno. ---- The all time college football coaching leader in wins is John Gagliardi, current head coach of Division III St. John's University in Minnesota. His all time record, as of the 2008 season, is 453-122-11. He spent four seasons at Carroll College (1949-1952) before moving to St. John's in 1953 where the 2008 season will be his 56th with them.
Mount Union won the 2008 football Championship
As of the start of the 2008 season, Ohio State is 50-23-2 against current members of the PAC 10.
Through the 2008 season, since the NFL went to a 16 game regular season in 1978, the 2008 San Diego Chargers and the 1985 Cleveland Browns are the only two teams to have won a division title with an 8-8 record. Incredibly, since 1978 there have only been two 11-5 teams that did not make the playoffs. They were the 2008 New England Patriots and the 1985 Denver Broncos. The two seasons that have seen an 8-8 team win a division are also the two seasons that have seen an 11-5 team not make the playoffs.
For major BCS conference teams, the Texas Longhorns have the best record at 103-25 through the 2008 season. Boise State, a Division I school not in a BCS conference is 102-24. If you want to know the best record regardless of the level, by far, the best college football record in the past 10 years belongs to the Division III Mount Union Purple Raiders with 111 wins and only 3 losses.