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Currently there are thirteen:
University of Missouri (D1-FBS)
Missouri State (D1-FCS)
Southeast Missouri (D1-FCS)
Missouri Southern (DII)
Missouri Western (DII)
NW Missouri (DII)
Central Missouri (DII)
Missouri S&T (DII)
Lincoln University (DII)
Truman State (DII)
Southwest Baptist (DII)
Washington (St. Louis) (DIII)
Plus two additional schools, Lindenwood and William Jewell, are in the process of transitioning to NCAA Division II.
Only the University of Missouri.
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.
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.
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.
division 1 cant play teams from division 2 unless fcs
Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, LSU, Mississippi, and Mississippi State are the teams in the college football sec west division.
There are 336 teams in men's college basketball.
Something like 154 as of 2011.
353 347 in 32 divisions, and 6 independents.
There are approximately 119 College Football teams.
There are no division 1-AA schools in the state of Alaska. no
1 ... the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.
University of Maine, Missouri State University, Baylor University, Brown University, University of Northern Colorado, University of Montana, University of California, Cornell University.