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FBS Athletic Dept Total Revenues
From Equity in Athletics website, total AD Revenues for reporting year ended 6/30/16.

https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/institution/search

Total Revenues by School

001.) The University of Texas at Austin - $182,104,126
002.) Ohio State University - $169,904,847
003.) The University of Alabama - $164,005,589
004.) University of Oklahoma-Norman - $150,371,578
005.) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - $146,219,589
006.) Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - $141,456,764
007.) Auburn University - $140,070,592
008.) The University of Tennessee-Knoxville - $135,949,847
009.) University of Notre Dame - $134,211,095
010.) University of Florida - $134,033,664

011.) Pennsylvania State University - $132,306,528
012.) Texas A & M University-College Station - $131,045,968
013.) University of Wisconsin-Madison - $130,045,544
014.) University of Arkansas - $127,316,374
015.) University of Kentucky - $124,006,908
016.) University of Georgia - $123,841,268
017.) Florida State University - $123,334,314
018.) University of South Carolina-Columbia - $122,331,092
019.) University of Iowa - $117,002,340
020.) University of Louisville - $112,146,501

021.) Stanford University - $112,036,255
022.) University of Nebraska-Lincoln - $109,967,175
023.) University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - $107,705,479
024.) University of Washington-Seattle - $107,154,560
025.) University of Southern California - $106,195,078
026.) Michigan State University - $100,914,623
027.) University of Virginia - $100,632,835
028.) University of California-Los Angeles - $98,913,023
029.) University of Mississippi - $98,377,760
030.) Clemson University - $95,800,326

031.) University of Kansas - $94,697,418
032.) University of Maryland-College Park - $94,101,697
033.) Indiana University-Bloomington - $93,938,599
034.) Texas Christian University - $93,259,382
035.) University of Oregon - $92,375,046
036.) Arizona State University-Tempe - $92,146,148
037.) Duke University - $91,971,836
038.) University of Missouri-Columbia - $91,573,174
039.) West Virginia University - $91,412,352
040.) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $90,969,518

041.) Baylor University - $90,769,041
042.) Oklahoma State University - $90,049,297
043.) University of Miami - $85,615,972
044.) Mississippi State University - $84,564,899
045.) University of California-Berkeley - $84,200,594
046.) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $84,064,779
047.) Syracuse University - $82,676,041
048.) University of Arizona - $81,279,425
049.) North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $80,225,029
050.) University of Connecticut - $79,267,924

051.) Rutgers University-New Brunswick - $78,845,894
052.) Vanderbilt University - $78,793,574
053.) Purdue University - $78,517,673
054.) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - $78,395,389
055.) Iowa State University - $78,355,500
056.) Kansas State University - $77,936,660
057.) Northwestern University - $77,906,464
058.) Oregon State University - $77,667,685
059.) University of Colorado Boulder - $77,276,890
060.) University of Pittsburgh - $75,273,117

061.) Texas Tech University - $72,750,020
062.) Boston College - $71,314,082
063.) Washington State University - $71,285,725
064.) University of Utah - $70,346,405
065.) Brigham Young University-Provo - $62,563,279
066.) Georgia Institute of Technology - $62,360,693
067.) Wake Forest University - $62,053,971
068.) Southern Methodist University - $56,909,290
069.) Tulane University of Louisiana - $53,141,211
070.) University of Central Florida - $52,317,442

071.) University of Houston - $50,886,777
072.) Temple University - $50,886,490
073.) University of Memphis - 49,849,343
074.) University of South Florida - $48,405,192
075.) San Diego State University - $46,683,110
076.) University of Cincinnati - $43,367,493
077.) East Carolina University - $43,045,337
078.) University of Hawaii at Manoa - $41,997,257
079.) California State University-Fresno - $41,892,171
080.) University of Tulsa - $40,465,787

081.) Old Dominion University - $39,933,872
082.) University of Nevada-Las Vegas - $39,010,843
083.) Colorado State University-Fort Collins - $38,150,063
084.) Rice University - $36,788,388
085.) University of Massachusetts-Amherst - $36,548,826
086.) Boise State University - $36,099,264
087.) University of Wyoming - $35,450,681
088.) University of New Mexico - $35,338,508
089.) University of Akron - $35,125,592
090.) Texas State University - $33,912,596

091.) Utah State University - $33,725,099
092.) University of North Carolina at Charlotte - $32,513,763
093.) University of Alabama at Birmingham - $32,304,934
094.) University at Buffalo - $32,008,011
095.) Miami University-Oxford - $32,007,769
096.) Ohio University - $31,882,729
097.) Western Michigan University - $31,799,976
098.) University of North Texas - $30,851,453
099.) Middle Tennessee State University - $30,518,142
100.) University of Nevada-Reno - $30,096,439

101.) Central Michigan University - $29,618,926
102.) University of Toledo - $29,546,057
103.) Marshall University - $29,205,925
104.) Florida International University - $28,945,256
105.) Western Kentucky University - $28,607,583
106.) The University of Texas at El Paso - $28,119,525
107.) Eastern Michigan University - $28,057,985
108.) The University of Texas at San Antonio - $27,822,072
109.) Georgia State University - $27,778,304
110.) San Jose State University - $27,566,898

111.) Kent State University at Kent - $27,470,580
112.) Northern Illinois University - $27,329,629
113.) Ball State University - $27,226,310
114.) Florida Atlantic University - $26,706,597
115.) New Mexico State University - $25,106,926
116.) University of South Alabama - $24,452,664
117.) Bowling Green State University - $23,719,853
118.) University of Southern Mississippi - $23,165,362
119.) University of Louisiana at Lafayette - $23,108,123
120.) Coastal Carolina University - $22,660,869

121.) Appalachian State University - $22,402,021
122.) Louisiana Tech University - $21,702,557
123.) Troy University - $21,639,113
124.) UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY - $21,620,575
125.) University of Idaho - $20,067,832
126.) Georgia Southern University - $18,089,079
127.) Arkansas State University - $17,068,482
128.) University of Louisiana at Monroe - $13,050,868
129.) Air Force - Not Available
130.) Navy - Not Available

American Athletic Conference

01.) University of Connecticut - $79,267,924
02.) Southern Methodist University - $56,909,290
03.) Tulane University of Louisiana - $53,141,211
04.) University of Central Florida - $52,317,442
05.) University of Houston - $50,886,777
06.) Temple University - $50,886,490
07.) University of Memphis - 49,849,343
08.) University of South Florida - $48,405,192
09.) University of Cincinnati - $43,367,493
10.) East Carolina University - $43,045,337
11.) University of Tulsa - $40,465,787
12.) Navy - Not Available


Atlantic Coast Conference

01.) Florida State University - $123,334,314
02.) University of Louisville - $112,146,501
03.) University of Virginia - $100,632,835
04.) Clemson University - $95,800,326
05.) Duke University - $91,971,836
06.) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $90,969,518
07.) University of Miami - $85,615,972
08.) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $84,064,779
09.) Syracuse University - $82,676,041
10.) North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $80,225,029
11.) University of Pittsburgh - $75,273,117
12.) Boston College - $71,314,082
13.) Georgia Institute of Technology - $62,360,693
14.) Wake Forest University - $62,053,971


Big Ten Conference

01.) Ohio State University - $169,904,847
02.) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - $146,219,589
03.) Pennsylvania State University - $132,306,528
04.) University of Wisconsin-Madison - $130,045,544
05.) University of Iowa - $117,002,340
06.) University of Nebraska-Lincoln - $109,967,175
07.) University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - $107,705,479
08.) Michigan State University - $100,914,623
09.) University of Maryland-College Park - $94,101,697
10.) Indiana University-Bloomington - $93,938,599
11.) Rutgers University-New Brunswick - $78,845,894
12.) Purdue University - $78,517,673
13.) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - $78,395,389
14.) Northwestern University - $77,906,464


Big XII Conference

01.) The University of Texas at Austin - $182,104,126
02.) University of Oklahoma-Norman - $150,371,578
03.) University of Kansas - $94,697,418
04.) Texas Christian University - $93,259,382
05.) West Virginia University - $91,412,352
06.) Baylor University - $90,769,041
07.) Oklahoma State University - $90,049,297
08.) Iowa State University - $78,355,500
09.) Kansas State University - $77,936,660
10.) Texas Tech University - $72,750,020


Conference USA

01.) Old Dominion University - $39,933,872
02.) Rice University - $36,788,388
03.) University of North Carolina at Charlotte - $32,513,763
04.) University of Alabama at Birmingham - $32,304,934
05.) University of North Texas - $30,851,453
06.) Middle Tennessee State University - $30,518,142
07.) Marshall University - $29,205,925
08.) Florida International University - $28,945,256
09.) Western Kentucky University - $28,607,583
10.) The University of Texas at El Paso - $28,119,525
11.) The University of Texas at San Antonio - $27,822,072
12.) Florida Atlantic University - $26,706,597
13.) University of Southern Mississippi - $23,165,362
14.) Louisiana Tech University - $21,702,557


Mid-American Conference

01.) University of Akron - $35,125,592
02.) University at Buffalo - $32,008,011
03.) Miami University-Oxford - $32,007,769
04.) Ohio University - $31,882,729
05.) Western Michigan University - $31,799,976
06.) Central Michigan University - $29,618,926
07.) University of Toledo - $29,546,057
08.) Eastern Michigan University - $28,057,985
09.) Kent State University at Kent - $27,470,580
10.) Northern Illinois University - $27,329,629
11.) Ball State University - $27,226,310
12.) Bowling Green State University - $23,719,853


Mountain West Conference

01.) San Diego State University - $46,683,110
02.) University of Hawaii at Manoa - $41,997,257
03.) California State University-Fresno - $41,892,171
04.) University of Nevada-Las Vegas - $39,010,843
05.) Colorado State University-Fort Collins - $38,150,063
06.) Boise State University - $36,099,264
07.) University of Wyoming - $35,450,681
08.) University of New Mexico - $35,338,508
09.) University of Nevada-Reno - $30,096,439
10.) Utah State University - $33,725,099
11.) San Jose State University - $27,566,898
12.) Air Force - Not Available


Pacific-12 Conference

01.) Stanford University - $112,036,255
02.) University of Washington-Seattle - $107,154,560
03.) University of Southern California - $106,195,078
04.) University of California-Los Angeles - $98,913,023
05.) University of Oregon - $92,375,046
06.) Arizona State University-Tempe - $92,146,148
07.) University of California-Berkeley - $84,200,594
08.) University of Arizona - $81,279,425
09.) Oregon State University - $77,667,685
10.) University of Colorado Boulder - $77,276,890
11.) Washington State University - $71,285,725
12.) University of Utah - $70,346,405


Southeastern Conference

01.) The University of Alabama - $164,005,589
02.) Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - $141,456,764
03.) Auburn University - $140,070,592
04.) The University of Tennessee-Knoxville - $135,949,847
05.) University of Florida - $134,033,664
06.) Texas A & M University-College Station - $131,045,968
07.) University of Arkansas - $127,316,374
08.) University of Kentucky - $124,006,908
09.) University of Georgia - $123,841,268
10.) University of South Carolina-Columbia - $122,331,092
11.) University of Mississippi - $98,377,760
12.) University of Missouri-Columbia - $91,573,174
13.) Mississippi State University - $84,564,899
14.) Vanderbilt University - $78,793,574


Sun Belt Conference

01.) Texas State University - $33,912,596
02.) Georgia State University - $27,778,304
03.) New Mexico State University - $25,106,926
04.) University of South Alabama - $24,452,664
05.) University of Louisiana at Lafayette - $23,108,123
06.) Coastal Carolina University - $22,660,869
07.) Appalachian State University - $22,402,021
08.) Troy University - $21,639,113
09.) University of Idaho - $20,067,832
10.) Georgia Southern University - $18,089,079
11.) Arkansas State University - $17,068,482
12.) University of Louisiana at Monroe - $13,050,868


Independents

01.) University of Notre Dame - $134,211,095
02.) Brigham Young University-Provo - $62,563,279
03.) University of Massachusetts-Amherst - $36,548,826
04.) UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY - $21,620,575
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There is a substantial gap between the P5 and G5, and my guess is that it will only grow larger.
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(03-17-2017 11:06 AM)GoldenWarrior11 Wrote:  There is a substantial gap between the P5 and G5, and my guess is that it will only grow larger.
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The 11 AAC schools with figures (Navy doesn't) are in the top 15 non P5 schools, along with BYU, SDSU, Fresno and Hawaii.
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From an accounting standpoint those balance sheet numbers are not that useful. All they show is the relative budgets

Since you are looking at revenue, I suggest you take the total revenue figure and subtract the subsidy to show actual income (gate, media, concessions, rights fees, distributions, donations, etc).

Further, the subsidy belongs in three parts:
1. borrowing (non-institutional, such as Cal's stadium debt),
2. student athletic fees
3. institutional transfers

IMO the first two are fine, although schools need to have some responsibility here. Cal spent way too much money and did things not necessary in their renovation forced by Loma Preita damage that basically doubled the annual debt service, resulting in the program unnecessarily bleeding red ink. But if kept in reason and funded by a proper plan (donations usually, annual giving), it allows capital improvements. The second, a student athletic fee, is fair, as these are generally voted on by the students themselves, or otherwise public and upfront -- the buyer is aware.

Institutional transfers are troubling, possibly illegal (in at least some cases), and ethically "challenged." This is tax money for college education being redirected. A certain amount is probably fair, since even a D-III program requires a couple million to run and operate facilities. But when you start transferring amounts of $100m to $200m a decade for a program, or in some larger states as much a $1B a decade for entertainment, that calls into question the use of tax money. This was less an issue 15 years ago, when say UConn (just an example, I could pick anyone of 100 programs) was transferring $3m for 30,000 students, it amounted to $100 each you could justify it as a small advertising fee; but now transfers of $17m you are getting into a hidden fee of nearly $600 per student (and this is not the worst, schools like Eastern Michigan top $1000 per student). You could fund 500 additional Connecticut students free ride for that, including hiring additional professors, student research, labs, et al (probably more, if you don't have to add building space). Whatever, I don't mean to debate the merits and ethics of this, rather not have this show up on the "revenue".

Private schools can do what they want, buyer beware. It's a competitive market, choose where you attend.

Anyway, I'd like to see the list with the subsidies removed looks like, and also each school's institutional subsidy total.
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Of course they're not illegal. Almost every public school does them, as well.

No more illegal than "transferring" money from the school's general fund to the library's operation budget.


And this database is the gold standard for this information. I will always trust these numbers over the USA Today database.
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PS - wasn't this exact post already made, a few weeks ago (or maybe earlier than that)?? I know I replied to a post just like this.
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how much money does conn make off wbb,
for that matter what does wncaa tourn pay per unit
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(03-17-2017 12:41 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  Of course they're not illegal. Almost every public school does them, as well.

No more illegal than "transferring" money from the school's general fund to the library's operation budget.


And this database is the gold standard for this information. I will always trust these numbers over the USA Today database.
Ethical questions at a minimum. Criminal if it is determined the school leadership is blatantly ignoring state guidelines (which in many cases it is) or violating fiduciary responsibility. The Library is not the same as an assistant Football coach. Many States have laws and rules (California is one) which say athletics must not come out of state education funds. Transfers violate that, at least at some level. But it simply has not been tested in court.

I also think the scale of the transfers and the access to the return are at stake here.

But fundamentally, what you are looking at is a balance sheet. The numbers are always made to balance, debt is covered by some mechanism, be it cash transfer or borrowing. Go look at any companies release and even when they are losing money, "revenue" = "expenses." That is why they always say to look at cash flow and debt levels. For Athletics, debts via transfer are often forgiven, "in secret ceremony." But they are effectively negative cash flow. They are not income.

Subsidies are not good in any form, whether it's for rich people buying Tesla's (the total subsidy is close to $40,000 per car) or Athletics.
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(03-17-2017 12:10 PM)Stugray2 Wrote:  Anyway, I'd like to see the list with the subsidies removed looks like, and also each school's institutional subsidy total.

This USA Today list breaks out subsidies, both by percentage and by total dollars.

http://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/
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