There are 346 teams in the NCAA Division I
No, in order to make it to the Super Bowl both teams must win all of their playoff games.
Over the years the NCAA tournament has expanded to include more and more teams. Today, the total number of teams that make the tournament stands at 68.
Click on the 'NCAA Division 1-A Teams' link on this page to see the 119 teams that make up the Division 1-A in NCAA football.
Michigan State did not make the NCAA tournament in 1980 after winning the championship in 1979. Florida did not make the NCAA tournament in 2008 after winning the 2007 championship. North Carolina won the NCAA tournament in 2009 and will not make the tournament in 2010.
I believe the Indiapollis colts and the New Orleans saints will make it to the super bowl
Now that the Pro Bowl is played the week between the Conference Championship games and the Super Bowl, players on Super Bowl teams who make the Pro Bowl are considered Pro Bowlers and they do get paid.
There are 68 teams in the tournament. It used to be 64 (actually, there were times that it was less), however a new automatic bid from the Mountain West conference forced the NCAA to make it 65. It was expanded in the 2011 tornament to 68 teams to allow some "bubble teams" to qualify, who would not of in the 65 team system.
No. Not all teams are represented in the Pro Bowl. Only players voted in by the fans, players and coaches make the Pro Bowl roster. In the last Pro Bowl (2012 season) six teams did not have at least one player on the roster. The teams were: Chargers, Jaguars, Titans, Panthers, Eagles and Rams.