The College Football system is split into three divisions Division I FBS, Division I FCS. Division II and Division III. In division 2 football there are 282 schools.
2 Boston College and Notre Dame
2, Boston college and notre dame
There are 148 Division 2 football teams.
According to http://www.athleticscholarships.net/footballscholarships.htm, Division 2 schools are allowed 36 football scholarships where Division 1 schools are allowed 85 and Division 1AA are allowed 63.
Indianapolis and Saint Joseph's
Many players made in the the NFL from Division 2 schools. Walter Payton, Shannon Sharpe, Darrell Green, Adam Vinatieri and Larry Allen are just five of many players who went to D 2 schools and then made their mark in the NFL.
1,000 schools participate at the NCAA division 2
282 schools are in DIVISION 2.
Less than 2 percent of Division 1 college football players go pro. There are about 118 Division 1-A schools in the US.
There are 238 Division 1 AA schools that have baseball teams. Also known as Division 2, these schools tend to be smaller than Division 1 schools.
There are 4 divisions division 1a, division 1aa, division 2, and division 3
division 1 just means how many people go to that school division 1 schools have more students than division 2 and 3 schools
There is no "difference" in terms of value. The only difference is the number of scholarships available. Division 1-A schools an have 85 players on scholarship, division 1-AA can have 63, and Division 2 can have 36 players on scholarship.
division 1 cant play teams from division 2 unless fcs
There are 12 division 2 football teams in North Carolina. Click the link for a list of these teams.
2, Clemson and South Carolina There are 6 Division 1-AA schools: South Carolina State, Charleston Southern, Citadel, Coastal Carolina, Furman, Wofford
It depends. FBS, FCS, Division 2, Division 3, NAIA. Be more specific.
Something like 154 as of 2011.
i believe around 56
charlie weis navy and 2 others in 08 09
In football, there are 2 Division 1-AA schools in Ohio (Dayton in Dayton and Youngstown State in Youngstown) and none in Michigan.