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The Cost of a FB 'Buy" game
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The Cost of a FB 'Buy" game
USA Today has an article on what visiting teams are receiving this weekend for so-called 'buy' or 'guarantee' games. Most of the games are single games, not home and homes.

There are some rivalry games on neutral fields with the schools splitting the revenues and expenses.

One can see what a G5 school can expect from a P5 school or what a FCS school can expect from a FBS school.

One can see that schools like Rhode Island, Hampton, etc. can get 375 - 400K from a MAC school.

There continues to be more and more 1M dollar guarantee games for MAC (and G5) schools. There are I believe 5 MAC games with 900K+ guarantees this weekend. I wonder what we are getting from Rutgers next weekend.

https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nc...608668001/
(This post was last modified: 08-29-2017 09:36 AM by emu steve.)
08-29-2017 09:32 AM
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