Colleges in Texas that play Division 1-AA football are Texas Southern, Texas State, Lamar, Prairie View A&M, Sam Houston State, and Stephen F. Austin.
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Division 1-AA football schools are Indiana State, Butler, and Valparaiso.
Florida A&M, Bethune-Cookman, and Jacksonville.
Division IAA football schools in Tennessee: Austin Peay, Tennessee State, Tennessee Tech, Tennessee-Chattanooga, and Tennessee-Martin.
Florida A&M, Jacksonville, and Bethune-Cookman.
UMass, Texas State, UTSA and South Alabama.
Click on the 'Division 1AA Football' link below. City and state is listed as well as their conferences and football history.
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.
According to College Football Data Warehouse, for the 2007 season there are 111 Division 1AA football teams.
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There is no difference, unlike football, in "DI" and "DI-AA". Division I is Division I. Be it Oregon State, Virginia, and UCLA, they're all equal to James Madison, Virginia Military, High Point etc.
Yes you can walk on at a division 3 college. In fact, it is easy to enter the D3 college in comparison with D-1A and D-1AA colleges.