When it comes to College Sports there are six major conferences. The six conferences are the big east, ACC, SEC, Big 12, Big 10 and the Pac 10. The big east has teams like Connecticut, West Virginia, Syraucse, Cincinnati, Villanova. The Atlantic Coast Conference(ACC) has teams like Duke, North Carolina, Virginia, Wake Forest. The Big 12 has teams like Kansas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Oklahoma State. The Big Ten has teams like Purdue, Iowa, Penn State, Indiana, Illinois. Lastly, the Pac Ten has teams like UCLA, USC, Washington, Washington St. There are the six major conferences, but when it comes to the March Madness in College Basketball watch out for the mid major conferences (OVC, MVC,Ivy league, etc)
In the US, the Big East is a sports conference consisting of NCAA Division I universities. As of the start of the 2013-2014 college athletic season, the conference will change its name to the American Athletic Conference.
The Big 12, SEC, and ACC have conference championship games; the PAC 10, Big East, and Big 10 do not. I found the answer here: http://www.usatoday.com/sports/college/football/2007-10-18-bcs-q-and-a_N.htm
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)
Big Ten SEC Big 12 ACC Big East MWC MAC WAC C-USA Sun Belt
2004 in the Big 10 conference only and 2005 for all conferences.
Mostly Lacrosse, which is really big up there and also hockey.
Well one of the conferences is the Big 12.
The Big 12 is a class A conference of the National College Athletic Association. Information on the Big 12 Championship can generally be found on sports oriented websites and television channels and in general news media as well as sports magazines. The official site of the conference, Big12Sports, is probably the most reliable source for timely information.
this isn't all but there is the SEC, the PAC-10, the MAC, the BIG-10, the ACC, the WAC and a bunch more.
The Big Ten Conference is an college athletic division in the United States. It is the oldest Division I athletic conference, being established in 1986, and currently has 12 members.
Kansas and Kansas State (College) basketball is big.
Well, several conferences has changed; but the only conference that has changed there name is the Pac-10, which is now called the Pac-12. Other conferences, such as the Big Ten, the Big 12, Mountain West, and the Big East, have either lost or picked up new teams. In addition, the SEC will also change soon. Rumor has it that Texas A&M is moving to the SEC.
The Rose Bowl has tie-ins with the Pac 10 and Big 10 conferences.
Big 12 and SEC
Playing sports in college can help college athletes get better and expand their skills so they can play sports for money. Like how people play college football and have better chances to play in the CFL, NFL, or European football than someone straight out of high school. Same in all sports.
The Big Ten Conferences consists of: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Northwestern, Ohio State, Penn State, Purdue, Wisconsin.
I'm not a big sports fan, but I seriously doubt that any college basketball team has won a college hockey game.
NCAA Division 1 conferences: America East Conference Atlantic Coast Conference Atlantic Sun Conference Atlantic 10 Conference Big 10 Conference Big 12 Conference Big East Conference Big Sky Conference Big South Conference Big West Conference Colonial Athletic Association Conference USA Horizon League Ivy League Mid American Conference Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Missouri Valley Conference Mountain West Conference Northeast Conference Ohio Valley Conference Pac 10 Conference Patriot League Southeastern Conference Southern Conference Southland Conference Summit League Southwestern Athletic Conference Sun Belt Conference West Coast Conference Western Athletic Conference Click on the 'NCAA Basketball' link on this page to go to a page with links to all NCAA Divisions and the teams within those divisions.
"Teams" do not provide officials for games. In the NCAA, conferences are responsible for providing officials for games. In Division I-FBS, all conferences field seven officials for each game with the exception of the Big 12. The Big 12 experimented with adding an eighth official during the 2013 season.
Big Ten and Southeastern Conference.
They do not get paid because the sports are for fun with friends and practice for the big league.
Talson because he played many sports along with his big career but did not succeed in any of the sports he planned on playing.
The Texas Longhorns
31. America East Conference Atlantic 10 Conference Atlantic Coast Conference Atlantic Sun Conference Big 12 Conference Big East Conference Big South Conference Big Sky Conference Big Ten Conference Big West Conference Colonial Athletic Association Conference USA Horizon League Ivy League Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Mid-American Conference Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Missouri Valley Conference Mountain West Conference Northeast Conference Ohio Valley Conference Pacific 10 Conference Patriot League Southeastern Conference Southern Conference Southland Conference Southwestern Athletic Conference Sun Belt Conference The Summit League West Coast Conference Western Athletic Conference
NCAA conferences have been realigning over the past several years. There is no alignment set in stone for the Big East—or any other conference—for the 2014-15 sports year.