There are 32 Divisions in D-I NCAA basketball.
NCAA has the same rules for all teams in all conferences.
The NCAA is an association that regulates 1,281 colleges, including several conferences and organizations. In addition, the NCAA is broken up into three separate divisions, based on a variety of factors.
There are 338 teams within 37 conferences
The NCAA is the National Collegiate Athletic Association - the association which regulates athletes of 1281 institutions, conferences and organizations, including many colleges and universities in the United States and Canada.
There are 347 schools in 32 Division I basketball conferences.
346 teams in 32 conferences plus 4 independent schools.
There are now 32 conferences in Division I with the recent addition of the Great West Conference. They currently do not have an autmoatic bid for their champion to go to the NCAA Basketball Tournament and will not have one for at least four years.
348 schools spread throughout 32 conferences with 7 independents
There are 303 as of today. These come from 22 regional conferences and 22 unaffiliated schools.
Great West and Independent conferences
In college sports, the SEC is the Southeastern Conference. It is one of the NCAA Division I conferences.
Belmont, Vermont, Norfolk St,
The NCAA was founded in 1906 as a response to White House conferences called by President Theodore Roosevelt that encouraged reform. The original name was the Intercollegiate Athletic Association, the NCAA was taken up in 1910.
The NFL does have conferences -- two of them. The American Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFL). The two conference winners play each other in the Super Bowl.
11 Conferences, Plus 1 group of independents = 12 ACC, Big 12, Big East, Big Ten, Conference USA, Mid-America, Mountain West, Pac 10, SEC, Sun Belt, WAC, IA Independents
There really are none. The conferences that hold championship games are those that have so many teams that they are broken into two divisions. The winner of each division will play in the championship game to crown a conference champion. Conferences that are not broken into two divisions do not have a championship game.
Northwestern in the Big Ten.
The NCAA officially adopted the 3 point basket in 1986. It was experimented and used in some conferences prior to that but didn't become official as we know it until the '86-'87 season.
Several individual conferences allowed the 3-point shot, beginning with the Southern Conference in 1980. The NCAA allowed it in all schools in 1986.