There are no National Football League teams in North Dakota.
In the 2009 season, LB Chad Greenway of the Minnesota Vikings was born in Mount Vernon, LB Ben Leber of the Minnesota Vikings was born in Vermillion, and K Adam Vinatieri of the Indianapolis Colts was born in Yankton.
There are no major league baseball teams from North Dakota.
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If one is referring to the number of teams in the National Football League (NFL), there are thirty-two teams in total. Other national football teams would include men and women's soccer teams.
The North Dakota AAA high school football teams are Bismarck, Bismarck Century, Fargo South, Fargo North, Fargo Davies, Minot, Grand Forks Red River, Grand Forks Central, Jamestown, West Fargo, Dickinson, Mandan, Williston, and Devil's Lake.
32 teams in the NFL.
According to the College Football Data Warehouse: For the 2011 football season, the following teams won National Championships: Alabama - Division I-A North Dakota State - Division I-AA Pittsburg State (KS) - Division II Wisconsin-Whitewater - Division III
Well, all sports are played in North Dakota; however, there are no teams associated with professional sports leagues (NFL, NHL, etc...). There are teams which play baseball in the American Association and the University of North Dakota has NCAA Division-I sports in Football, Hockey, BAsketball, Baseball, Soccer, and others under the school name of "The Fighting Sioux" of which there is much debate.
There are 12 division 2 football teams in North Carolina. Click the link for a list of these teams.
NFC gridder refers to football teams that belong to the National Football League 's National Football Conference .