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2016 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
The number by the school is it's national position. But I have broken them out by P conference / independents / and hopefuls.

ACC
17. Florida State-123,344,314
20. Louisville-112,146,501
27. Virginia-100,632,895
30. Clemson-95,800,326
37. Duke-91,971,836
40. North Carolina-90,969,518
43. Miami-85,615,972
46. Virginia Tech-84,064,779
47. Syracuse-82,676,841
49. N.C. State-80,255,029
60. Pittsburgh-71,314,082
62. Boston College-71,314,082 P5 schools earning below 65th position
66. Georgia Tech-62,260,693
67. Wake Forest-62053,971

ACC Conference Mean: $87,034,205


Big 10
02. Ohio State-169,904,847
05. Michigan-146,219,589
11. Penn State-132,306,528
13. Wisconsin-130,045,544
19. Iowa-117,002,340
22. Nebraska-109,967,175
23. Minnesota-107,705,479
26. Michigan State-100,914,623
32. Maryland-94,101,697
33. Indiana-93,938,599
51. Rutgers-78,845,894
53. Purdue-78,517,673
54. Illinois-78,395,389
57. Northwestern-77,906,464

Big 10 Conference Mean: $108,269,417


Big 12
01. Texas-182,104,126
04. Oklahoma-150,371,578
31. Kansas-94,697,418
34. T.C.U.-93,259,382
39. West Virginia-91,412,352
41. Baylor-90,769,041
42. Oklahoma State-90,049,297
55. Iowa State-78,355,500
56. Kansas State-77,936,660
61. Texas Tech-72,750,020

Big 12 Conference Mean: $102,170,537


PAC
21. Stanford-112,036,255
24. Washington-107,154,560
25. U.S.C.-106,195,078
28. U.C.L.A.-98,913,023
35. Oregon-92,375,046
36. Arizona State-92,146,148
45. California-84,200,594
48. Arizona-81,279,425
58. Oregon State-77,667,685
59. Colorado-77,276,890
63. Washington State-71,285,725
64. Utah-70,346,405

PAC Conference Mean: $89,239,736


SEC
03. Alabama-164,005,589
06. L.S.U.-141,456,764
07. Auburn-140,070,592
08. Tennessee-135,949,847
10. Florida-134,033,664
12. Texas A&M-131,045,544
14. Arkansas-127,316,374
15. Kentucky-124,006,908
16. Georgia-123,841,268
18. South Carolina-122,331,092
29. Mississippi-98,377,760
38. Missouri-91,573,174
44. Mississippi State-84,564,899
52. Vanderbilt-78,793,574

SEC Conference Mean: $121,240,504

Independents and G5 schools in the top 65:

09. Notre Dame-134,211,095
50. Connecticut-79,267,924
65. Brigham Young-62,563279

Best of the G5:
68. Southern Methodist-56,909,280
69. Tulane-53,141,211
70. Central Florida-52,317,442
71. Houston-50,886,777
72. Temple-50,886,490
73. Memphis-49,849,343
74. South Florida-48,405,192
75. San Diego St.-46,683,110
76. Cincinnati-43,367,493
77. East Carolina-43,045,337
78. Hawaii-41,997,257
79. Freson State-41,892,171
80. Tulsa-40,465,787

Everyone else earns below $40,000,000.

Conference Mean Earning Rankings:
1. SEC: $121,240,504
2. Big 10: $108,269,417
3. Big 12: $102,170,537
4. PAC: $89,239,736
5. ACC: $87,034,205

Conference breakdown by School Revenue
100,000,000 plus: SEC-10, Big 10-8, ACC-3, PAC-3, Big 12-2
90,000,000 plus: Big 12-5, ACC-3, PAC-3, SEC-2, Big 10-2
80,000,000 plus: ACC-4, PAC-2, SEC-1, Big 10-0, Big 12-0
70,000,000 plus: PAC-4, Big 10-4, Big 12-3, ACC-2, SEC-1
60,000,000 plus: ACC-2
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RE: 2016-7 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
The mean (average) revenues for the most part are similar to the median revenues. However, the influence of Texas on the Big 12 numbers is significant. Their median revenue of $91K is more in line with the PAC and the ACC, which is what one would expect.

The big question mark is at what point do greater revenues no longer translate to better on field performance. Is there a point where more spending just doesn't produce any more wins? Don't the laws of diminishing returns start to kick in?

And if you reach such a point, what are the schools doing with the "excess" revenues?
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RE: 2016-7 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
This is the third thread I've seen, in what feels like the last two weeks, of people posting almost identical OP's with regard to the newly updated 2015-16 reporting year data on the EiA database ....
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RE: 2016-7 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
(03-18-2017 12:59 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  This is the third thread I've seen, in what feels like the last two weeks, of people posting almost identical OP's with regard to the newly updated 2015-16 reporting year data on the EiA database ....

The data is for 2016-7 Bison. The USAToday report probably won't be available until the end of this month or the first of April.

Last year the SEC earned about 6 or 7 million more than the Big 10 on average. It's nearly 13 million this year. Plus one of the interesting parts of the analysis related to the Big 10 is that the bottom teams slipped in earnings the top teams increased, and the middle's improvement was slight.

The SEC schools with the exception of Missouri and Mississippi State all moved up. Georgia didn't move up as much.
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RE: 2016-7 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
(03-18-2017 12:42 PM)ken d Wrote:  The mean (average) revenues for the most part are similar to the median revenues. However, the influence of Texas on the Big 12 numbers is significant. Their median revenue of $91K is more in line with the PAC and the ACC, which is what one would expect.

The big question mark is at what point do greater revenues no longer translate to better on field performance. Is there a point where more spending just doesn't produce any more wins? Don't the laws of diminishing returns start to kick in?

And if you reach such a point, what are the schools doing with the "excess" revenues?

I don't think greater revenues impact performance as much as many think. If it impacts anything it might be some recruiting as new facilities with bells and whistles, not to mention water cascades (see Alabama) are added.

What it does do is keep a constant strain on present alignments.

TV money is not the biggest factor although it is the most frequently touted measuring stick on talk forums. The real difference is in athletic department giving, ticket costs, requisite donations for the opportunity to purchase tickets, size of venues, and number of home games. Throw in merchandising, particularly in a good year and that's where the differences mount up.

Even if the Big 10 gets a 5 million boost in TV revenue over the SEC (which would require them doubling the projected amount they would still be 7 million behind the average SEC revenue total due to the aforementioned. What keeps the ACC lagging besides a deficit presently in TV revenue is the average size of venue. You guys are leaving a lot of money on the table because so many of your schools are in more populated areas where the cost of building a larger facility is either prohibitive or impractical due to availability of land in proximity to the school. Your network will put you in 3rd position.
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RE: 2016-7 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
(03-18-2017 01:23 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(03-18-2017 12:59 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  This is the third thread I've seen, in what feels like the last two weeks, of people posting almost identical OP's with regard to the newly updated 2015-16 reporting year data on the EiA database ....

The data is for 2016-7 Bison. The USAToday report probably won't be available until the end of this month or the first of April.

Last year the SEC earned about 6 or 7 million more than the Big 10 on average. It's nearly 13 million this year. Plus one of the interesting parts of the analysis related to the Big 10 is that the bottom teams slipped in earnings the top teams increased, and the middle's improvement was slight.

The SEC schools with the exception of Missouri and Mississippi State all moved up. Georgia didn't move up as much.

This is 15-16 info and he's correct there's multiple posts
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(03-18-2017 01:37 PM)mturn017 Wrote:  
(03-18-2017 01:23 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(03-18-2017 12:59 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  This is the third thread I've seen, in what feels like the last two weeks, of people posting almost identical OP's with regard to the newly updated 2015-16 reporting year data on the EiA database ....

The data is for 2016-7 Bison. The USAToday report probably won't be available until the end of this month or the first of April.

Last year the SEC earned about 6 or 7 million more than the Big 10 on average. It's nearly 13 million this year. Plus one of the interesting parts of the analysis related to the Big 10 is that the bottom teams slipped in earnings the top teams increased, and the middle's improvement was slight.

The SEC schools with the exception of Missouri and Mississippi State all moved up. Georgia didn't move up as much.

This is 15-16 info and he's correct there's multiple posts

Affirmative it is 15-16 figures, but they are revised over what was released last April by other services.

As to multiple posts there are two. The focus of this one was comparative. The other is informational.
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Tulane at more "revenue" than Houston or Cincy tells you all you need to know about these numbers.


It is probably more representative of budgets than revenues.


Private schools have much higher tuition costs than state schools. Tuition costs affect budget size.
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RE: 2016 NCAA Athletic Department Revenue for the P5 and the next 15 Highest G5
(03-18-2017 12:59 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  This is the third thread I've seen, in what feels like the last two weeks, of people posting almost identical OP's with regard to the newly updated 2015-16 reporting year data on the EiA database ....

Yeah. We should have another speculative thread about how UConn should join the Big East, or Houston and BYU should join the Big 12, or UMass and JMU join the MAC, or the Big 12 dissolves and everyone lives happily ever after, or the WAC revives as an FBS conference.

WE definitely don't need more than one thread with actual facts in it.
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(03-18-2017 02:03 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(03-18-2017 01:37 PM)mturn017 Wrote:  
(03-18-2017 01:23 PM)JRsec Wrote:  
(03-18-2017 12:59 PM)MplsBison Wrote:  This is the third thread I've seen, in what feels like the last two weeks, of people posting almost identical OP's with regard to the newly updated 2015-16 reporting year data on the EiA database ....

The data is for 2016-7 Bison. The USAToday report probably won't be available until the end of this month or the first of April.

Last year the SEC earned about 6 or 7 million more than the Big 10 on average. It's nearly 13 million this year. Plus one of the interesting parts of the analysis related to the Big 10 is that the bottom teams slipped in earnings the top teams increased, and the middle's improvement was slight.

The SEC schools with the exception of Missouri and Mississippi State all moved up. Georgia didn't move up as much.

This is 15-16 info and he's correct there's multiple posts

Affirmative it is 15-16 figures, but they are revised over what was released last April by other services.

As to multiple posts there are two. The focus of this one was comparative. The other is informational.

15-16 year wouldn't have been complete last April. And if you're going to be comparative you should include the top 16 G5 schools.
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