Schools that have successful football programs that expect you to keep the winning tradition are schools that are stepping stones for coaches like Michigan, Notre Dame, and Alabama to name a few.
That depends on what school the coach is at. Most schools, no. Some schools, however, will pay assistant coaches.
I can only name one and that's Nick Saban. 1st with LSU and 2nd with Alabama!
J. Scott Johnson has written: 'Attributes perceived as essential for hiring football and men's basketball coaches at NCAA Division I-A schools by university officials' -- subject(s): Selection and appointment, Coaches (Athletics)
Coaches show a team how to do things and were to go. Scouts go to colleges and high schools to find good players.
There are 119 NCAA Division 1-A football schools and 109 Division 1-AA football schools. There about 200 Division II and 200 Division III football schools and about 75 NAIA football schools. That makes around 700 and that doesn't include junior college football.
There are about 119 ncaa division 1 football schools.
Bhaichung Bhutia Football Schools was created in 2010.
it can teach respect for teachers,coaches,and other students
Unless I am mistaken, there is only one: Nick Saban, who won the BCS Championship at LSU (2004) and at Alabama (2009).
Florida in 2006 is it. Michigan State University 1950 and 60's in football. '79 and '00 for basketball.
Division III football has many different football teams. It is by far the largest division in football with 449 member schools.
The individual who oversees coaches at schools or athletic organizations is usually considered the athletic director. This individual is also the person the coaches must answer to when there is an issue.
Bear Bryant - Kentucky & Alabama Nick Saban - LSU & Alabama Common denominator - ALABAMA 13 of them
university of Alabama's football record against the other sec schools
no do not
yea... they have it for high schools or if you want a league
Click on the 'Division 1-A Football Colleges' link on this page to see all schools that play NCAA Division 1-A football. Click on the 'Division 1-AA Football Colleges' link on this page to see all schools that play NCAA Division 1-AA football.
Within FBS there is 128 schools and within FCS there is 124 schools. So as a whole, division 1 has 152 football programs.
Roy Willams and John Calpari
I don't know the complete list, but I do know that Michigan State was the first D-1 university to win two championships in both basketball and football. Florida is another one.
Quickly sampling 12 school districts roughly 85% of high schools appear to have football teams. This is hardly scientific sampling. And by Football I am assuming American Football rather then Soccer.