States with Three or More FBS Schools

Name all the U.S. states that have at least three schools in the Football Bowl Subdivision.
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Last updated: July 6, 2018
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Texas (Baylor, Houston, North Texas, Rice, SMU, TCU, Texas, Texas A&M, Texas State, Texas Tech, UTEP, UTSA)
Ohio (Akron, Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Kent State, Miami of Ohio, Ohio, Ohio State, Toledo)
California (California, UCLA, Fresno State, San Diego State, San Jose State, USC, Stanford)
Florida (UCF, FIU, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida State, Miami, South Florida)
North Carolina (Appalachian State, Charlotte, Duke, East Carolina, North Carolina, NC State, Wake Forest)
Alabama (Alabama, UAB, Auburn, South Alabama, Troy)
Louisiana (LSU, Louisiana Tech, Louisiana-Lafayatte, Louisiana-Monroe, Tulane)
Michigan (Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan, Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan)
Georgia (Georgia, Georgia Southern, Georgia State, Georgia Tech)
Indiana (Ball State, Indiana, Notre Dame, Purdue)
Tennessee (Memphis, Middle Tennessee, Tennessee, Vanderbilt)
Colorado (Air Force, Colorado, Colorado State)
Illinois (Illinois, NIU, Northwestern)
Kentucky (Kentucky, Louisville, Western Kentucky)
Mississippi (Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Southern Miss)
New York (Army, Buffalo, Syracuse)
Oklahoma (Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Tulsa)
Pennsylvania (Penn State, Pittsburgh, Temple)
South Carolina (Clemson, Coastal Carolina, South Carolina)
Utah (BYU, Utah, Utah State)
Virginia (Old Dominion, Virginia, Virginia Tech)
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