There are 11 conferences in NCAA Division in which a college has a football team. The exist in all areas of the United States.
College football conferences can be watched from various media and social media as well as video sharing websites such as Youtube, Facebook, Veoh, Dailymotion, Pro Football Daily and other websites that have snippets of football conferences.
No, all conferences are governed by the same set of rules.
2004 in the Big 10 conference only and 2005 for all conferences.
Each conference selects it's own membership. Institutions are invited to join by the other, existing members of a conference. Each member will remain a member of an athletic conference for as long as the institution desires to remain a member. Most college athletic conferences are all-sports or multi-sport conferences that extend beyond football.
Southwestern University (in Georgetown TX) does not have a football team, therefore it is not affiliated with any football conference.
in the FBS there are 11 conferences(SEC, ACC, big 10, big 12, pac-10, big east, C-USA, sun belt, MWC, WAC, and independents)
11 conferences plus 1 independent
All of them.
ESPN carries in depth college football highlights, with several programs devoted entirely to game recaps during the regular season. There are also several networks devoted to specific college football conferences, such as the SEC network. All of these networks also have highlights, but only of their area of focus.
No. Not all college football players go to the NFL, not even all division 3 college football players go into the NFL