The Cardinals play in the National Football Conference West Division.
I believe it's in the PAC-10
The Arizona Wildcats football team competes in the Pacific-12 Conference. The other members of this conference are the Arizona State Sun Devils, California Golden Bears, Colorado Buffaloes, Oregon Ducks, Oregon State Beavers, Stanford Cardinals, UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, Utah Utes, Washington Huskies, and Washington State Cougars.
By 2012, the American football conference previously known as Pac-10 had be renamed as the Pacific 12 Conference, or Pac-12. The teams who participated in Pac-12 in 2012 were California, Washington, Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, Stanford, USC, WAC, Big Sky, UCLA, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado and Utah.
Both Arizona State University and the University of Arizona played in the Western Athletic Conference from 1962, the WAC's first season, to 1978. Both schools left at the same time to join the PAC-8, which then became known as the PAC-10.
As the name implies, there are 10 teams in the Pac-10 Conference. The teams, and their locations, are: University of Arizona - Tuscon, Arizona Arizona State University - Tempe, Arizona University of California - Berkeley, California University of Southern California - Los Angeles, California University of California-Los Angeles - Los Angeles, California Stanford University - Palo Alto, California University of Oregon - Eugene, Oregon Oregon State University - Corvallis, Oregon University of Washington - Seattle, Washington Washington State University - Pullman, Washington
North State Conference was created in 1930.
Yes, Arizona is a state.
Indiana State is a member of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
Iowa State University is in the Big 12 Conference
It's a state. There's also Arizona City, Arizona, Atlántida, Honduras. The grand canyon is in Arizona.
Arizona's state mineral is copper. This is why Arizona's nickname is the copper state. Their state gemstone is turquoise. They don't have a state rock or stone.
ASU is in Pacific 10 division for football