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NCAA Division I-FBS Athletic Department Revenues
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Reporting Year: 07/01/2015 - 06/30/2016

Total Revenues by Team

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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The Virginia number catches my eye. Where is that money coming from? Tickets? Donations? What is their scheme?
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The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.
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(03-11-2017 09:41 AM)MKPitt Wrote:  The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.

I believe that a lot of that revenue was from BE exit fees and a huge student subsidy.
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(03-11-2017 09:55 AM)TerryD Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:41 AM)MKPitt Wrote:  The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.

I believe that a lot of that revenue was from BE exit fees and a huge student subsidy.

UCONN caught my eye as well. That's close to where Louisville was in the BE. Put them in the ACC & give them the same bump Louisville got & they could be top 4 or 5.

Terry, Cincinnati & USF are getting the same BE exit fees that UCONN is getting. So unless they are bringing in $30-$40 million on subsidies then I don't think that's right.
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My question, how is UC only 9th in the AAC? Aren't they top 5 in the AAC in basketball and football attendance? I live in Cincinnati and I'm trying to think of the main reason why they'd be below some of the AAC schools that don't draw flies for at least 1 of the 2 major sports.
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(03-11-2017 10:30 AM)Lenvillecards Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:55 AM)TerryD Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:41 AM)MKPitt Wrote:  The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.

I believe that a lot of that revenue was from BE exit fees and a huge student subsidy.

UCONN caught my eye as well. That's close to where Louisville was in the BE. Put them in the ACC & give them the same bump Louisville got & they could be top 4 or 5.

Terry, Cincinnati & USF are getting the same BE exit fees that UCONN is getting. So unless they are bringing in $30-$40 million on subsidies then I don't think that's right.


This is the article I was referring to:

"The University of Connecticut spent $27.2 million last year subsidizing its sports teams and programs – the third highest in the nation among public schools with Division 1 sports teams. Only Rutgers University and James Madison University subsidized athletics more, a review released Monday by the Chronicle of Higher Education found.

USA Today routinely ranks UConn's subsidies among the highest in the nation."


http://www.courant.com/sports/uconn-husk...story.html
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(03-11-2017 12:08 AM)EnterSandman Wrote:  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


A heady mix of an ATROCIOUS athletic director, the mistaken de-emphasis of the Alexander-Tharpe Fund, a terrible hoops coach, and a fan base nervous about the football program. That's how you only barely beat out Wake to avoid being last.

Luckily, every last single one of those problems seems to have been fixed in the last 12 months. So hooray!
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(03-11-2017 03:02 PM)TerryD Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 10:30 AM)Lenvillecards Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:55 AM)TerryD Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:41 AM)MKPitt Wrote:  The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.

I believe that a lot of that revenue was from BE exit fees and a huge student subsidy.

UCONN caught my eye as well. That's close to where Louisville was in the BE. Put them in the ACC & give them the same bump Louisville got & they could be top 4 or 5.

Terry, Cincinnati & USF are getting the same BE exit fees that UCONN is getting. So unless they are bringing in $30-$40 million on subsidies then I don't think that's right.


This is the article I was referring to:

"The University of Connecticut spent $27.2 million last year subsidizing its sports teams and programs – the third highest in the nation among public schools with Division 1 sports teams. Only Rutgers University and James Madison University subsidized athletics more, a review released Monday by the Chronicle of Higher Education found.

USA Today routinely ranks UConn's subsidies among the highest in the nation."


http://www.courant.com/sports/uconn-husk...story.html

Let me ask this, how much more is UCONN subsidizing compared to their peers? Compared to Cincinnati & USF? $30-$40 million more?
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(03-11-2017 09:41 AM)MKPitt Wrote:  The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.

Agreed.

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(03-11-2017 12:08 AM)EnterSandman Wrote:  Info From Equity in Athletics

Reporting Year: 07/01/2015 - 06/30/2016

Total Revenues by Team

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

If SU doesn't turn its football around quickly, we might have trouble maintaining the $80 million revenue mark. Thankfully, I think Dino will turn things around by the middle of Year 3.

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(03-11-2017 04:40 PM)Lenvillecards Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 03:02 PM)TerryD Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 10:30 AM)Lenvillecards Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:55 AM)TerryD Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 09:41 AM)MKPitt Wrote:  The number that caught my eye was UCONN. The only schools in the P5 under 70 million in revenue are GT and Wake Forest and the only non P5 school over 70 million is UConn. I know people like to knock them here but they really are out of place in the G5.

I believe that a lot of that revenue was from BE exit fees and a huge student subsidy.

UCONN caught my eye as well. That's close to where Louisville was in the BE. Put them in the ACC & give them the same bump Louisville got & they could be top 4 or 5.

Terry, Cincinnati & USF are getting the same BE exit fees that UCONN is getting. So unless they are bringing in $30-$40 million on subsidies then I don't think that's right.


This is the article I was referring to:

"The University of Connecticut spent $27.2 million last year subsidizing its sports teams and programs – the third highest in the nation among public schools with Division 1 sports teams. Only Rutgers University and James Madison University subsidized athletics more, a review released Monday by the Chronicle of Higher Education found.

USA Today routinely ranks UConn's subsidies among the highest in the nation."


http://www.courant.com/sports/uconn-husk...story.html

Let me ask this, how much more is UCONN subsidizing compared to their peers? Compared to Cincinnati & USF? $30-$40 million more?

Hell if I know...or care. All I know is that a big chunk of that UConn athletic budget is from exit fees/subsidies, which is not sustainable long term nor admirable.
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UConn's subsidy equals almost 39% of its budget in this study:


Connecticut AAC $72,155,789 $72,062,423 $28,070,681 38.90


http://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/
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(03-12-2017 08:42 AM)TerryD Wrote:  UConn's subsidy equals almost 39% of its budget in this study:


Connecticut AAC $72,155,789 $72,062,423 $28,070,681 38.90


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

Thanks Terry. If you look at the numbers you will see that Virginia has about a 15% subsidy & NC, VT & GT has about a 10% subsidy. Meanwhile Cincinnati & USF has a 44% & 47% subsidy. So even if you cut UCONN subsidy in half they drop to the bottom of the ACC but still within about $5million of WF while on AAC $. Cincinnati & USF on the other hand are making the same amount on BE exit fees & subsidizing more than UCONN but are trailing well behind them in revenue, by these numbers. They are making around $9 million more on Rights/Licensing than Cincy & USF & about $5 million under what P5 makes on the low end. I have to remain impressed with UCONN here.

32 North Carolina ACC $89,128,256 $89,080,843 $9,040,407 10.14

40 Virginia Tech ACC $80,230,095 $77,679,721 $8,127,300 10.13

42 Georgia Tech ACC $77,202,758 $74,979,077 $7,271,782 9.42

54 Cincinnati AAC $52,536,185 $51,717,370 $23,182,129 44.13

59 South Fla AAC $45,479,012 $46,860,838 $21,774,572 47.88

(The numbers in this link are from 2015.)
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Since 2003

Atlantic Coast Conference
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Boston College

2003 - $35,663,942
2004 - $36,819,540
2005 - $53,191,260
2006 - $57,392,077
2007 - $61,203,340
2008 - $64,157,876
2009 - $64,502,395
2010 - $64,078,272
2011 - $66,197,029
2012 - $60,770,300
2013 - $65,229,918
2014 - $69,300,736
2015 - $71,314,082
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Clemson University

2003 - $40,835,150
2004 - $40,000,377
2005 - $46,175,454
2006 - $55,741,548
2007 - $59,126,212
2008 - $60,167,535
2009 - $57,562,999
2010 - $61,174,977
2011 - $66,988,424
2012 - $68,163,948
2013 - $73,791,753
2014 - $76,979,261
2015 - $95,800,326
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Duke University

2003 - $38,988,933
2004 - $42,156,105
2005 - $50,506,485
2006 - $47,507,169
2007 - $67,820,335
2008 - $71,072,431
2009 - $68,536,289
2010 - $67,986,188
2011 - $78,604,895
2012 - $76,366,113
2013 - $79,645,699
2014 - $91,688,202
2015 - $91,971,836
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Florida State University

2003 - $36,009,213
2004 - $39,004,452
2005 - $40,851,031
2006 - $42,165,416
2007 - $45,414,953
2008 - $74,417,324
2009 - $75,209,179
2010 - $86,946,503
2011 - $81,444,039
2012 - $89,145,159
2013 - $104,420,339
2014 - $121,319,469
2015 - $123,334,314
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Georgia Institute of Technology

2003 - $39,674,362
2004 - $38,823,368
2005 - $44,371,871
2006 - $49,581,182
2007 - $47,126,247
2008 - $48,061,053
2009 - $46,983,216
2010 - $46,910,364
2011 - $60,253,966
2012 - $63,630,964
2013 - $55,526,101
2014 - $65,304,486
2015 - $62,360,693
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University of Louisville

2003 - $35,084,742
2004 - $39,631,490
2005 - $48,322,617
2006 - $54,589,997
2007 - $52,203,604
2008 - $58,023,326
2009 - $63,48,7394
2010 - $87,736,320
2011 - $87,840,504
2012 - $96,193,329
2013 - $89,428,348
2014 - $104,325,208
2015 - $112,146,501
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University of Miami

2003 - $47,470,707
2004 - $39,755,862
2005 - $41,612,310
2006 - $49,219,738
2007 - $46,849,990
2008 - $61,969,808
2009 - $56,084,064
2010 - $60,325,003
2011 - $62,099,601
2012 - $67,253,273
2013 - $71,785,978
2014 - $77,724,833
2015 - $85,615,972
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

2003 - $43,885,075
2004 - $49,095,212
2005 - $54,100,487
2006 - $58,188,501
2007 - $61,263,269
2008 - $70,152,767
2009 - $67,613,805
2010 - $71,369,784
2011 - $78,830,350
2012 - $78,141,093
2013 - $79,845,782
2014 - $85,288,270
2015 - $90,969,518
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North Carolina State University at Raleigh

2003 - $32,382,028
2004 - $31,390,192
2005 - $39,007,082
2006 - $42,634,590
2007 - $44,553,795
2008 - $46,491,105
2009 - $50,335,991
2010 - $54,711,001
2011 - $65,507,243
2012 - $73,446,347
2013 - $70,500,811
2014 - $76,839,435
2015 - $80,225,029
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University of Notre Dame

2003 - $55,039,977
2004 - $57,649,586
2005 - $78,150,243
2006 - $83,586,903
2007 - $83,352,439
2008 - $81,088,368
2009 - $90,887,054
2010 - $94,507,919
2011 - $97,112,859
2012 - $108,509,683
2013 - $114,843,522
2014 - $121,260,381
2015 - $134,211,095
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University of Pittsburgh

2003 - $31,769,592
2004 - $34,084,519
2005 - $33,170,296
2006 - $37,465,582
2007 - $39,741,621
2008 - $45,830,364
2009 - $49,218,556
2010 - $56,044,309
2011 - $56,338,449
2012 - $57,606,235
2013 - $66,089,664
2014 - $70,527,488
2015 - $75,273,117
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Syracuse University

2003 - $40,639,624
2004 - $42,283,724
2005 - $47,927,536
2006 - $43,732,382
2007 - $44,702,831
2008 - $52,050,104
2009 - $49,342,459
2010 - $51,433,840
2011 - $73,287,687
2012 - $76,329,618
2013 - $87,647,822
2014 - $87,175,761
2015 - $82,676,041
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University of Virginia

2003 - $42,465,400
2004 - $62,316,665
2005 - $92,655,581 <---(WOW)
2006 - $64,852,417
2007 - $65,400,485
2008 - $67,141,170
2009 - $81,841,632
2010 - $78,439,006
2011 - $81,321,219
2012 - $84,402,712
2013 - $80,983,121
2014 - $87,059,237
2015 - $100,632,835
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Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

2003 - $38,900,607
2004 - $45,675,485
2005 - $48,543,003
2006 - $65,487,381
2007 - $56,029,172
2008 - $52,838,905
2009 - $58,115,929
2010 - $61,077,122
2011 - $64,801,681
2012 - $69,845,483
2013 - $73,015,503
2014 - $81,298,133
2015 - $84,064,779
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Wake Forest University

2003 - $29,560,866
2004 - $31,633,529
2005 - $34,531,656
2006 - $36,827,089
2007 - $39,961,624
2008 - $44,649,063
2009 - $42,253,156
2010 - $42,286,588
2011 - $48,776,185
2012 - $48,830,266
2013 - $56,247,495
2014 - $58,672,116
2015 - $62,053,971
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2003

01.) # University of Miami - $47,470,707
02.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $43,885,075
03.) @ University of Virginia - $42,465,400
04.) @ Clemson University - $40,835,150
05.) # Syracuse University - $40,639,624
06.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $39,674,362
07.) @ Duke University - $38,988,933
08.) # Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $38,900,607
09.) @ Florida State University - $36,009,213
10.) # Boston College - $35,663,942
11.) * University of Louisville - $35,084,742
12.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $32,382,028
13.) # University of Pittsburgh - $31,769,592
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $29,560,866

2004

01.) @ University of Virginia - $62,316,665
02.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $49,095,212
03.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $45,675,485
04.) # Syracuse University - $42,283,724
05.) @ Duke University - $42,156,105
06.) @ Clemson University - $40,000,377
07.) @ University of Miami - $39,755,862
08.) * University of Louisville - $39,631,490
09.) @ Florida State University - $39,004,452
10.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $38,823,368
11.) # Boston College - $36,819,540
12.) # University of Pittsburgh - $34,084,519
13.) @ Wake Forest University - $31,633,529
14.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $31,390,192

2005

01.) @ University of Virginia - $92,655,581
02.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $54,100,487
03.) @ Boston College - $53,191,260
04.) @ Duke University - $50,506,485
05.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $48,543,003
06.) # University of Louisville - $48,322,617
07.) # Syracuse University - $47,927,536
08.) @ Clemson University - $46,175,454
09.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $44,371,871
10.) @ University of Miami - $41,612,310
11.) @ Florida State University - $40,851,03
12.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $39,007,082
13.) @ Wake Forest University - $34,531,656
14.) # University of Pittsburgh - $33,170,296

2006

01.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $65,487,381
02.) @ University of Virginia - $64,852,417
03.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $58,188,501
04.) @ Boston College - $57,392,077
05.) @ Clemson University - $55,741,548
06.) # University of Louisville - $54,589,997
07.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $49,581,182
08.) @ University of Miami - $49,219,738
09.) @ Duke University - $47,507,169
10.) # Syracuse University - $43,732,382
11.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $42,634,590
12.) @ Florida State University - $42,165,416
13.) # University of Pittsburgh - $37,465,582
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $36,827,089

2007

01.) @ Duke University - $67,820,335
02.) @ University of Virginia - $65,400,485
03.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $61,263,269
04.) @ Boston College - $61,203,340
05.) @ Clemson University - $59,126,212
06.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $56,029,172
07.) # University of Louisville - $52,203,604
08.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $47,126,247
09.) @ University of Miami - $46,849,990
10.) @ Florida State University - $45,414,953
11.) # Syracuse University - $44,702,831
12.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $44,553,795
13.) @ Wake Forest University - $39,961,624
14.) # University of Pittsburgh - $39,741,621

2008

01.) @ Florida State University - $74,417,324
02.) @ Duke University - $71,072,431
03.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $70,152,767
04.) @ University of Virginia - $67,141,170
05.) @ Boston College - $64,157,876
06.) @ University of Miami - $61,969,808
07.) @ Clemson University - $60,167,535
08.) # University of Louisville - $58,023,326
09.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $52,838,905
10.) # Syracuse University - $52,050,104
11.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $48,061,059
12.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $46,491,105
13.) # University of Pittsburgh - $45,830,364
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $44,649,063

2009

01.) @ University of Virginia - $81,841,632
02.) @ Florida State University - $75,209,179
03.) @ Duke University - $68,536,289
04.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $67,613,805
05.) @ Boston College - $64,502,395
06.) # University of Louisville - $63,48,7394
07.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $58,115,929
08.) @ Clemson University - $57,562,999
09.) @ University of Miami - $56,084,064
10.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $50,335,991
11.) # Syracuse University - $49,342,459
12.) # University of Pittsburgh - $49,218,556
13.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $46,983,216
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $42,253,156

2010

01.) # University of Louisville - $87,736,320
02.) @ Florida State University - $86,946,503
03.) @ University of Virginia - $78,439,006
04.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $71,369,784
05.) @ Duke University - $67,986,188
06.) @ Boston College - $64,078,272
07.) @ Clemson University - $61,174,977
08.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $61,077,122
09.) @ University of Miami - $60,325,003
10.) # University of Pittsburgh - $56,044,309
11.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $54,711,001
12.) # Syracuse University - $51,433,840
13.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $46,910,364
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $42,286,588

2011

01.) # University of Louisville - $87,840,504
02.) @ Florida State University - $81,444,039
03.) @ University of Virginia - $81,321,219
04.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $78,830,350
05.) @ Duke University - $78,604,895
06.) # Syracuse University - $73,287,687
07.) @ Clemson University - $66,988,424
08.) @ Boston College - $66,197,029
09.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $65,507,243
10.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $64,801,681
11.) @ University of Miami - $62,099,601
12.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $60,253,966
13.) # University of Pittsburgh - $56,338,449
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $48,776,185

2012

01.) # University of Louisville - $96,193,329
02.) @ Florida State University - $89,145,159
03.) @ University of Virginia - $84,402,712
04.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $78,141,093
05.) @ Duke University - $76,366,113
06.) # Syracuse University - $76,329,618
07.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $73,446,347
08.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $69,845,483
09.) @ Clemson University - $68,163,948
10.) @ University of Miami - $67,253,273
11.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $63,630,964
12.) @ Boston College - $60,770,300
13.) # University of Pittsburgh - $57,606,235
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $48,830,266

2013

01.) @ Florida State University - $104,420,339
02.) & University of Louisville - $89,428,348
03.) @ Syracuse University - $87,647,822
04.) @ University of Virginia - $80,983,121
05.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $79,845,782
06.) @ Duke University - $79,645,699
07.) @ Clemson University - $73,791,753
08.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $73,015,503
09.) @ University of Miami - $71,785,978
10.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $70,500,811
11.) @ University of Pittsburgh - $66,089,664
12.) @ Boston College - $65,229,918
13.) @ Wake Forest University - $56,247,495
14.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $55,526,103

2014

01.) @ Florida State University - $121,319,469
02.) @ University of Louisville - $104,325,208
03.) @ Duke University - $91,688,202
04.) @ Syracuse University - $87,175,761
05.) @ University of Virginia - $87,059,237
06.) @ University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $85,288,270
07.) @ Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $81,298,133
08.) @ University of Miami - $77,724,833
09.) @ Clemson University - $76,979,261
10.) @ North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $76,839,435
11.) @ University of Pittsburgh - $70,527,488
12.) @ Boston College - $69,300,736
13.) @ Georgia Institute of Technology - $65,304,486
14.) @ Wake Forest University - $58,672,116

2015

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
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(03-12-2017 10:34 AM)Lenvillecards Wrote:  
(03-12-2017 08:42 AM)TerryD Wrote:  UConn's subsidy equals almost 39% of its budget in this study:


Connecticut AAC $72,155,789 $72,062,423 $28,070,681 38.90


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

Thanks Terry. If you look at the numbers you will see that Virginia has about a 15% subsidy & NC, VT & GT has about a 10% subsidy. Meanwhile Cincinnati & USF has a 44% & 47% subsidy. So even if you cut UCONN subsidy in half they drop to the bottom of the ACC but still within about $5million of WF while on AAC $. Cincinnati & USF on the other hand are making the same amount on BE exit fees & subsidizing more than UCONN but are trailing well behind them in revenue, by these numbers. They are making around $9 million more on Rights/Licensing than Cincy & USF & about $5 million under what P5 makes on the low end. I have to remain impressed with UCONN here.

32 North Carolina ACC $89,128,256 $89,080,843 $9,040,407 10.14

40 Virginia Tech ACC $80,230,095 $77,679,721 $8,127,300 10.13

42 Georgia Tech ACC $77,202,758 $74,979,077 $7,271,782 9.42

54 Cincinnati AAC $52,536,185 $51,717,370 $23,182,129 44.13

59 South Fla AAC $45,479,012 $46,860,838 $21,774,572 47.88

(The numbers in this link are from 2015.)

It is important to know where the subsidy comes from.
I have mentioned this several times. The entire subsidy at UNC is a gift to the University by the Rams Club which covers all of the tution/academic expenses for every athlete on campus. This allows the university to utilize a like amount of money in other areas. Because of this gift the Rams Club is granted certain "privileges".
One could say that Stanford's entire athletic budget is a subsidy, as it is funded by an athletic endowment and is not a budget line item.
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It will be interesting to see where SU lands after the sanction wears off.
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Just want to point out that Temple has the lowest percentage subsidized athletic department of any state school outside of the P5 at ~25% which is in-line with ASU, and not terribly far off from Colorado. I'm not sure about every private school in the G5, but as far as I know, Tulsa and SMU are the only schools with lower percentage subsidized athletic departments (yes, Tulane is subsidized more than we are at ~38%). New Mexico is 2nd at just over 26%. After them is Boise at just over 28%.
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(03-11-2017 04:56 PM)omniorange Wrote:  
(03-11-2017 12:08 AM)EnterSandman Wrote:  Info From Equity in Athletics

Reporting Year: 07/01/2015 - 06/30/2016

Total Revenues by Team

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

If SU doesn't turn its football around quickly, we might have trouble maintaining the $80 million revenue mark. Thankfully, I think Dino will turn things around by the middle of Year 3.

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Football and basketball attendance were both off in 2015-16 from 2014-15 levels, which is presumably the reason for the drop in revenues. Basketball attendance dropped from 430,000 to 370,000, but did return to 430,000 for 2016-17. Football attendance is harder to compare because we played one home game at MetLife versus Notre Dame this year, but was definitely better in 2016-17 than 2015-16.
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