Within FBS there is 128 schools and within FCS there is 124 schools. So as a whole, division 1 has 152 football programs.
Xavier is one.
There are about 119 ncaa division 1 football schools.
Alaska has 0 NCAA D-1 football schools.
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.
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.
Division III football schools in Tennessee are Maryville, Rhodes, and Sewanee.
NCAA division 1 AA (or FCS) is a designation given only to college football programs. The vast majority, if not all, of the schools with football teams that play in division 1 AA have athletic teams that compete in Division 1 for other sports. Because cross country is a mainstream sport at the high school and college level, it seems fair to assume that almost all of these schools have cross country programs.
There are 240 NCAA division 3 schools with softball programs.
According to Yahoo Sports, there are 199 schools playing Division III football. Click on the 'NCAA Division III Schools' link on this page to see a list of those schools.
Click on the 'Division 1AA Football' link below. City and state is listed as well as their conferences and football history.
As of the 2007 season, there are 119 Division 1-A college football teams. Click on the 'NCAA Division 1-A Schools' link on this page to see a list of them.
2 Boston College and Notre Dame
1,000 schools participate at the NCAA division 2
none all division one schools have teams Umm not true as of March 1, 2011 there are 97 NCAA Division I institutions that do not sponsor football.
there are 17 division 1 schools in Ohio
The University of Deleware competes at the Division I level. The football team competes at the Division I-FCS level.
Stanford and Maryland
There are 3 Division 1-A football schools in PA: Temple, Pittsburgh, Penn State There are 8 Division 1-AA football schools in PA: Bucknell, Duquesne, Lafayette, Lehigh, Robert Morris, Saint Francis, Villanova, Pennsylvania
Two schools have won NCAA national championships in football, baseball, and men's basketball: Jacksonville State University (NCAA Division II) Men's Basketball (1985) Baseball (1990, 1991) Football (1992) University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (NCAA Division III) Men's Basketball (1984, 1989) Baseball (2005) Football (2007, 2009, 2010) Note 1: The NCAA does not officially sanction a football national championship in FBS / Division I Note 2: Jacksonville State now competes at FCS / Division I
NCAA Division 1
119, allthough Western Kentucky Just joined.....so it could be 120
In the 2009 season, there are 120 Division 1-A football schools, 117 Division 1-AA football schools, and 150 Division II football schools.There are more than 60 "1-A" games a week because not all of the games pit two 1-A schools against each other.As an example, the start of the 2009 season saw the University of Virginia, a 1-A football school, play William and Mary, a 1-AA football school. Temple, a 1-A football school, played Villanova, a 1-AA football school. Duke, a 1-A football school, played University of Richmond, a 1-AA football school.
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.
as of the early 2000's there are none. It is only division I and III. This was done because the schools that had a D2 program were primarialy ivy and private schools, and there simply werent enough teams to make money. When the NCAA closed down the D2 programs, schools had the option of going to D1 or D3.