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NCAA FBS Division Athletic Department Revenues
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Reporting Year: 07/01/2018 - 06/30/2019

Total Revenues by Team

001.) The University of Texas at Austin - $215,829,101
002.) Ohio State University-Main Campus - $209,102,666
003.) Florida State University - $198,407,201
004.) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - $175,006,632
005.) University of Georgia - $174,042,482
006.) University of Notre Dame - $169,547,625
007.) The University of Alabama - $166,812,799
008.) Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus - $164,529,325
009.) Texas A & M University-College Station - $160,101,611
010.) University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus - $159,286,136

011.) Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - $157,787,780
012.) Auburn University - $152,455,418
013.) University of Wisconsin-Madison - $151,369,153
014.) University of Louisville - $148,667,940
015.) University of Iowa - $144,070,825
016.) University of Florida - $143,627,997
017.) University of Kentucky - $143,481,480
018.) University of South Carolina-Columbia - $140,295,659
019.) University of Arkansas - $139,504,649
020.) Stanford University - $139,390,932

021.) The University of Tennessee-Knoxville - $135,818,717
022.) University of Nebraska-Lincoln - $130,313,578
023.) University of California-Los Angeles - $127,339,042
024.) University of Miami - $127,170,251
025.) Indiana University-Bloomington - $126,358,047
026.) Clemson University - $124,601,614
027.) University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - $122,667,963
028.) University of Kansas - $119,768,008
029.) University of Southern California - $118,687,120
030.) Texas Christian University - $118,496,653

031.) Michigan State University - $116,186,933
032.) University of Washington-Seattle Campus - $116,048,869
033.) Duke University - $116,021,513
034.) Northwestern University - $111,421,226
035.) Purdue University-Main Campus - $110,844,907
036.) University of Virginia-Main Campus - $108,854,006
037.) University of Maryland-College Park - $108,796,303
038.) University of Oregon - $108,500,370
039.) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $105,407,867
040.) University of Arizona - $102,275,918

041.) Arizona State University-Tempe - $101,836,361
042.) Mississippi State University - $101,454,439
043.) Baylor University - $101,243,920
044.) West Virginia University - $101,095,223
045.) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - $100,156,079
046.) Syracuse University - $99,815,688
047.) University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus - $98,866,362
048.) University of Colorado Boulder - $98,413,285
049.) University of Mississippi - $96,790,426
050.) University of California-Berkeley - $94,646,123

051.) University of Missouri-Columbia - $94,612,498
052.) University of Utah - $94,177,912
053.) North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $92,724,547
054.) Oklahoma State University-Main Campus - $91,066,952
055.) Kansas State University - $89,919,819
056.) Texas Tech University - $86,442,709
057.) Vanderbilt University - $86,186,155
058.) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $83,767,722
059.) Rutgers University-New Brunswick - $83,053,040
060.) Boston College - $82,680,712

061.) Oregon State University - $82,364,021
062.) Iowa State University - $79,860,045
063.) Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - $79,491,714
064.) University of Connecticut - $79,100,614
065.) Wake Forest University - $76,520,111
066.) Washington State University - $75,957,792
067.) Brigham Young University-Provo - $72,622,845
068.) Southern Methodist University - $70,501,474
069.) University of Central Florida - $68,359,639
070.) University of Houston - $68,285,574

071.) Temple University - $60,004,621
072.) Colorado State University-Fort Collins - $56,081,379
073.) University of Memphis - $55,494,325
074.) University of South Florida-Main Campus - $55,103,914
075.) San Diego State University - $54,402,858
076.) University of Cincinnati-Main Campus - $53,555,898
077.) East Carolina University - $50,722,801
078.) Liberty University - $50,593,390
079.) California State University-Fresno - $49,469,530
080.) University of Hawaii at Manoa - $45,745,380

081.) University of Nevada-Las Vegas - $44,245,146
082.) Old Dominion University - $43,996,643
083.) University of Nevada-Reno - $43,436,728
084.) University of Tulsa - $42,986,622
085.) Boise State University - $42,343,886
086.) Rice University - $41,870,484
087.) University of Wyoming - $41,252,831
088.) University of North Texas - $40,758,584
089.) University of Massachusetts-Amherst - $40,000,150
090.) University of New Mexico-Main Campus - $39,982,066

091.) Miami University-Oxford - $38,714,678
092.) Georgia State University - $38,399,503
093.) University of North Carolina at Charlotte - $38,165,424
094.) Tulane University of Louisiana - $37,101,339
095.) University at Buffalo - $37,015,023
096.) Texas State University - $36,634,363
097.) University of Alabama at Birmingham - $36,494,380
098.) University of Akron Main Campus - $35,554,930
099.) Utah State University - $34,564,538
100.) University of Louisiana at Lafayette - $33,840,123

101.) The University of Texas at El Paso - $33,740,768
102.) Western Michigan University - $33,664,368
103.) Central Michigan University - $33,642,870
104.) University of Toledo - $33,358,750
105.) Middle Tennessee State University - $32,762,435
106.) Troy University - $32,704,262
107.) Marshall University - $31,987,939
108.) Florida International University - $31,549,581
109.) The University of Texas at San Antonio - $31,155,038
110.) Florida Atlantic University - $30,885,685

111.) San Jose State University - $30,583,967
112.) Coastal Carolina University - $30,017,956
113.) Kent State University at Kent - $29,074,838
114.) Eastern Michigan University - $28,601,681
115.) Appalachian State University - $28,482,163
116.) Ohio University-Main Campus - $28,325,005
117.) Ball State University - $27,911,651
118.) New Mexico State University-Main Campus - $27,013,637
119.) Northern Illinois University - $26,795,495
120.) Bowling Green State University-Main Campus - $26,001,187

121.) Western Kentucky University - $25,997,243
122.) University of South Alabama - $25,695,217
123.) Louisiana Tech University - $23,218,090
124.) University of Southern Mississippi - $22,804,589
125.) Arkansas State University-Main Campus - $20,708,238
126.) Georgia Southern University - $20,556,842
127.) University of Louisiana at Monroe - $15,252,816
128.) Air Force - Not Available
129.) Navy - Not Available
130.) UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY - Not Available


American Athletic Conference

01.) Southern Methodist University - $70,501,474
02.) University of Central Florida - $68,359,639
03.) University of Houston - $68,285,574
04.) Temple University - $60,004,621
05.) University of Memphis - $55,494,325
06.) University of South Florida-Main Campus - $55,103,914
07.) University of Cincinnati-Main Campus - $53,555,898
08.) East Carolina University - $50,722,801
09.) University of Tulsa - $42,986,622
10.) Tulane University of Louisiana - $37,101,339
11.) Navy - Not Available


Atlantic Coast Conference

01.) Florida State University - $198,407,201
02.) University of Louisville - $148,667,940
03.) University of Miami - $127,170,251
04.) Clemson University - $124,601,614
05.) Duke University - $116,021,513
06.) University of Virginia-Main Campus - $108,854,006
07.) University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - $105,407,867
08.) Syracuse University - $99,815,688
09.) University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus - $98,866,362
10.) North Carolina State University at Raleigh - $92,724,547
11.) Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - $83,767,722
12.) Boston College - $82,680,712
13.) Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - $79,491,714
14.) Wake Forest University - $76,520,111


Big Ten Conference

01.) Ohio State University-Main Campus - $209,102,666
02.) University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - $175,006,632
03.) Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus - $164,529,325
04.) University of Wisconsin-Madison - $151,369,153
05.) University of Iowa - $144,070,825
06.) University of Nebraska-Lincoln - $130,313,578
07.) Indiana University-Bloomington - $126,358,047
08.) University of Minnesota-Twin Cities - $122,667,963
09.) Michigan State University - $116,186,933
10.) Northwestern University - $111,421,226
11.) Purdue University-Main Campus - $110,844,907
12.) University of Maryland-College Park - $108,796,303
13.) University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - $100,156,079
14.) Rutgers University-New Brunswick - $83,053,040


Big XII Conference

01.) The University of Texas at Austin - $215,829,101
02.) University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus - $159,286,136
03.) University of Kansas - $119,768,008
04.) Texas Christian University - $118,496,653
05.) Baylor University - $101,243,920
06.) West Virginia University - $101,095,223
07.) Oklahoma State University-Main Campus - $91,066,952
08.) Kansas State University - $89,919,819
09.) Texas Tech University - $86,442,709
10.) Iowa State University - $79,860,045


Conference USA

01.) Old Dominion University - $43,996,643
02.) Rice University - $41,870,484
03.) University of North Texas - $40,758,584
04.) University of North Carolina at Charlotte - $38,165,424
05.) University of Alabama at Birmingham - $36,494,380
06.) The University of Texas at El Paso - $33,740,768
07.) Middle Tennessee State University - $32,762,435
08.) Marshall University - $31,987,939
09.) Florida International University - $31,549,581
10.) The University of Texas at San Antonio - $31,155,038
11.) Florida Atlantic University - $30,885,685
12.) Western Kentucky University - $25,997,243
13.) Louisiana Tech University - $23,218,090
14.) University of Southern Mississippi - $22,804,589


Mid-American Conference

01.) Miami University-Oxford - $38,714,678
02.) University at Buffalo - $37,015,023
03.) University of Akron Main Campus - $35,554,930
04.) Western Michigan University - $33,664,368
05.) Central Michigan University - $33,642,870
06.) University of Toledo - $33,358,750
07.) Kent State University at Kent - $29,074,838
08.) Eastern Michigan University - $28,601,681
09.) Ohio University-Main Campus - $28,325,005
10.) Ball State University - $27,911,651
11.) Northern Illinois University - $26,795,495
12.) Bowling Green State University-Main Campus - $26,001,187


Mountain West Conference

01.) Colorado State University-Fort Collins - $56,081,379
02.) San Diego State University - $54,402,858
03.) California State University-Fresno - $49,469,530
04.) University of Hawaii at Manoa - $45,745,380
05.) University of Nevada-Las Vegas - $44,245,146
06.) University of Nevada-Reno - $43,436,728
07.) Boise State University - $42,343,886
08.) University of Wyoming - $41,252,831
09.) University of New Mexico-Main Campus - $39,982,066
10.) Utah State University - $34,564,538
11.) San Jose State University - $30,583,967
12.) Air Force - Not Available


Pacific-12 Conference

01.) Stanford University - $139,390,932
02.) University of California-Los Angeles - $127,339,042
03.) University of Southern California - $118,687,120
04.) University of Washington-Seattle Campus - $116,048,869
05.) University of Oregon - $108,500,370
06.) University of Arizona - $102,275,918
07.) Arizona State University-Tempe - $101,836,361
08.) University of Colorado Boulder - $98,413,285
09.) University of California-Berkeley - $94,646,123
10.) University of Utah - $94,177,912
11.) Oregon State University - $82,364,021
12.) Washington State University - $75,957,792


Southeastern Conference

01.) University of Georgia - $174,042,482
02.) The University of Alabama - $166,812,799
03.) Texas A & M University-College Station - $160,101,611
04.) Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College - $157,787,780
05.) Auburn University - $152,455,418
06.) University of Florida - $143,627,997
07.) University of Kentucky - $143,481,480
08.) University of South Carolina-Columbia - $140,295,659
09.) University of Arkansas - $139,504,649
10.) The University of Tennessee-Knoxville - $135,818,717
11.) Mississippi State University - $101,454,439
12.) University of Mississippi - $96,790,426
13.) University of Missouri-Columbia - $94,612,498
14.) Vanderbilt University - $86,186,155


Sun Belt Conference

01.) Georgia State University - $38,399,503
02.) Texas State University - $36,634,363
03.) University of Louisiana at Lafayette - $33,840,123
04.) Troy University - $32,704,262
05.) Coastal Carolina University - $30,017,956
06.) Appalachian State University - $28,482,163
07.) University of South Alabama - $25,695,217
08.) Arkansas State University-Main Campus - $20,708,238
09.) Georgia Southern University - $20,556,842
10.) University of Louisiana at Monroe - $15,252,816


Independents

01.) University of Notre Dame - $169,547,625
02.) University of Connecticut - $79,100,614
03.) Brigham Young University-Provo - $72,622,845
04.) Liberty University - $50,593,390
05.) University of Massachusetts-Amherst - $40,000,150
06.) New Mexico State University-Main Campus - $27,013,637
07.) UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY - Not Available


Avg Revenue

01.) Southeastern Conference - 135,212,294
02.) Big Ten Conference - 132,419,763
03.) Big XII Conference - 116,300,857
04.) Atlantic Coast Conference - 110,214,089
05.) Pacific-12 Conference - 104,969,812
06.) Independents - 73,146,377
07.) American Athletic Conference - 56,211,621
08.) Mountain West Conference - 43,828,028
09.) Conference USA - 33,241,920
10.) Mid-American Conference - 31,555,040
11.) Sun Belt Conference - 28,229,148
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Didn’t expect Illinois lower than entire Big Ten sans Rutgers. Wow.
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How did FSU bring in so much revenue? Very impressive.
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(03-30-2020 05:28 PM)EnterSandman Wrote:  026.) Clemson University - $124,601,614

With five trips in a row to the CFP, two national championships, and two runner-ups.

25 other schools brought in more revenue than Clemson last year.
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(03-30-2020 06:14 PM)domer1978 Wrote:  How did FSU bring in so much revenue? Very impressive.

Donations. The last three years, the FSU booster association has run a big drive to improve facilities that has netted almost $150m. That money is earmarked for specific facility improvements and can't be used for general athletic operations.

But still, yes, it is very impressive.
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(03-30-2020 06:19 PM)johnintx Wrote:  
(03-30-2020 05:28 PM)EnterSandman Wrote:  026.) Clemson University - $124,601,614

With five trips in a row to the CFP, two national championships, and two runner-ups.

25 other schools brought in more revenue than Clemson last year.

Yep, South Carolina brought in over $15 million more.

That's life in the ACC.

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Big East

1. Villanova - $51,223,342
2. Providence - $44,736,095
3. Georgetown - $43,199,926
4. Marquette - $40,722,217
5. St. John's - $36,591,921
6. DePaul - $31,235,997
7. Butler - $26,688,373
8. Creighton - $26,596,950
9. Seton Hall - $26,056,326
10. Xavier - $22,860,050
Average: $34,991,120

Interestingly, UConn is also listed as a member of the Big East. As many on here are aware, they do not officially rejoin until 7/1. They're total revenues, as previously indicated, is listed as $79,100,614; however, if you eliminate the football revenues from the total, their total comes out to $62,876,206 (their football expense/revenue was listed as $16,224,408).
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Atlantic 10

1. UMass - $40,000,150*
2. Fordham - $35,479,932
3. Dayton - $35,072,637
4. VCU - $31,623,796
5. George Washington - $31,619,765
6. Richmond - $31,513,971
7. Rhode Island - $27,238,526
8. Saint Louis - $25,009,684
9. Saint Joseph - $24,959,690
10. Duquesne - $24,286,682
11. George Mason - $23,842,181
12. Davidson - $19,268,890
13. La Salle - $15,334,356
14. St. Bonaventure - $14,020,802
Average: $27,090,790

For whatever reason, Maine is listed as a member of the A10 (they were members in the A10 for football until 2006), but I did not include them. UMass, as noted, is an FBS Independent; if you remove their football revenues only, their total revenues come out to $29,652,612. That would slightly lower their conference average to $26,351,680.
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(03-30-2020 06:01 PM)IWokeUpLikeThis Wrote:  Didn’t expect Illinois lower than entire Big Ten sans Rutgers. Wow.

That has actually been the case for at least the last three years (as far back as my nerdy spreadsheet goes!). Illinois was running alongside Northwestern, Purdue, and Maryland in 2016-17 and 2017-18. For some reason, the other three shot up in 2018-19, but Illinois stayed stagnant. You guys are on a similar revenue trajectory with Arizona and Syracuse.
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I ran some numbers. Basically if OU and Texas went to the B1G or SEC they would slightly raise the average value per school. If OU and KU went to either the SEC or B1G the average value per school would remain essentially the same (but obviously a little more reach for the brands).

B1G ave = $132,419,763
B1G ave with OU + KU = $133,308,176
B1G ave with OU + Texas = $139,311,995

SEC ave = $135,212,294
SEC ave with OU + KU = $135,751,641
SEC ave with OU + Texas = $141,755,459

An interesting difference is the mean

B1G mean = $124,513,005
B1G mean with OU + Texas = $128,335,813

SEC mean = $141,888,570
SEC mean with OU + Texas = $143,554,739

Note: for both SEC and B1G, KU + OU has no impact on mean as OU is above and KU below

For the other conferences:
XII ave = $116,300,857
ACC ave = $110,214,089
P12 ave = $104,969,812

If ND is counted in the ACC the average jumps to $114,169,658

But the means say something different, as the P12 have no top while UT and OU skew the Big XII
ACC mean = $102,611,778
P12 mean = $102,056,140
XII mean = $101,169,572

If ND is counted in the ACC the mean jumps to $105,407,867

I also have a "Mendoza Line" where things fall off, and it's higher in the P12 (about $90m) than the ACC or XII (about $85m)

Note the B12 would drop dramatically if you replace UT and OU with the two highest value G5 schools (BYU and UCF). The average value drops 25.21% to $92,887,581 and the mean drops 11.8% to $90,493,386. Going to 12 (Houston and say CSU or Cincy) the average drops down to $87,000,000 or over 32%. If KU also leaves the average value drops another 4-5%. I suspect these calculations are actually high for B12 valuation, as losing OU and Texas would lower the revenue of all the little-8 schools at least another 10% and maybe 20%. The value of the conference could well fall to an average below $75m, whcih is basically out of touch with the other power conferences.

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See the A10 numbers. Fordham is bloated by NYC. It says Dayton is the only one who could improve the Big East, but at a cost of full double round robin.
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(03-30-2020 06:01 PM)IWokeUpLikeThis Wrote:  Didn’t expect Illinois lower than entire Big Ten sans Rutgers. Wow.

Illinois is the Cal Bears of the B1G.
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Not a Boise fan I think their kinda toxic .
They do have good fan support and good sized facilities and receive more TV money than their conference mates. Yet with all their advantages their below the MWC average that seems odd.

U Conn is first in the AAC yet going broke poor management obviously .
The award for doing more with less ULM their competitive.
Their facilities or athletic program is not the worst but by far the poorest.

If you place Colorado St in the Big 12 their mid eighties in revenue.
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The 11 schools who made the Big 12 cut are 64, 67-70, 72, 74, 76, 86, 94 and unknown (Air Force). The top G5 schools not to make the cut are 71 Temple, 73 Memphis and 75 San Diego St.
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(03-31-2020 03:22 PM)Stugray2 Wrote:  I ran some numbers. Basically if OU and Texas went to the B1G or SEC they would slightly raise the average value per school. If OU and KU went to either the SEC or B1G the average value per school would remain essentially the same (but obviously a little more reach for the brands).

B1G ave = $132,419,763
B1G ave with OU + KU = $133,308,176
B1G ave with OU + Texas = $139,311,995

SEC ave = $135,212,294
SEC ave with OU + KU = $135,751,641
SEC ave with OU + Texas = $141,755,459

An interesting difference is the mean

B1G mean = $124,513,005
B1G mean with OU + Texas = $128,335,813

SEC mean = $141,888,570
SEC mean with OU + Texas = $143,554,739

Note: for both SEC and B1G, KU + OU has no impact on mean as OU is above and KU below

Costs aren't included. If two western teams are added to the Big Ten, the travel costs for Nebraska wouldn't rise that much but for teams like Penn State and Ohio State they would rise significantly depending on how the Big Ten schedules. Assuming geographical divisions in football, the Big 12 teams would be placed in the West and Purdue would move to the East and PSU/OSU wouldn't be playing them that often. In many other Big Ten sports though there are no geographical divisions. Could they put in geographical measures to minimize travel from Penn State to Oklahoma in Olympic sports or even basketball (especially in sports where not every Big Ten school plays and you almost have to have every member play everybody every year)? If revenue slightly increases but so does travel cost, it becomes a net neutral or possibly a net loss if you're Penn State to add Oklahoma/Kansas. If it's Oklahoma/Texas, you most likely come out ahead. The same argument for the SEC. Missouri wouldn't mind geographically if Kansas came in but Florida would say over our dead body (and ask Florida basketball players if they want to go to Kansas in the middle of winter). Hopefully the power core of the Big Ten is in the East (OSU, Mich, PSU) and they will make decisions for their best interests and not the West's (Iowa, Neb). I'm not sure about the SEC.
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Can I chalk another notch onto the Texas title belt for finances?
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It bears repeating that this figure is not "revenues". It is a combination of any inflows to the budget (tickets, TV money, donations, and subsidies) that balances the budget. In that sense "expenses" is the better title.
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(08-08-2020 12:41 PM)DFW HOYA Wrote:  It bears repeating that this figure is not "revenues". It is a combination of any inflows to the budget (tickets, TV money, donations, and subsidies) that balances the budget. In that sense "expenses" is the better title.

Gross Total Revenue is the only measuring stick not contaminated by creative bookkeeping. All other arguments based on just gate, just media revenue, just expenses, are apples to wheat, not even fruit to fruit.

And to Quo and others interested in F.S.U.'s large numbers it was donations, and they usually are in a range of revenue from ~135 million to ~150 million depending upon how the team is doing.
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Since we are talking about revenue, I guess we have to start talking about losses.

I got an e-mail from the Bubba Cunningham this week.
Carolina is looking at a potential $52 million loss of revenue (as things stand today limited seating for football and basketball, but with the seasons being played).
All of Carolina's season football tickets (my 9 included) have been cancelled. We have three options 1-full refund, 2-roll over seat $$ to next season (the problem: we reseat our stadium every three years based on accumulated contributions, we are due to reseat next year....no guarantee to get the same seats if you roll over) 3- donate the money to the University and take a tax deduction (problem: tax laws have changed, you have to make lots of contributions in order to qualify to take any).
Football tickets will be sold on a per game basis with priority given to season ticket holders. Seating limits have yet to be established.

The bigger they are the harder they fall.
Penn State announced no fans at their football games.
Any school with large seating capacity will experience greater losses in revenue than those that attract fewer fans.
The impact at Michigan, Alabama and Texas is going to be much greater that Northwestern, Vanderbilt and Iowa State.
Overhead is hard and painful to shed.......the more you have the harder it is to re-build even after the money starts to flow again.

Athletic Directors are going to have to earn their keep. I would imagine that the salary concessions made by coaches and support personnel (AND on the academic side, professors and staff) will never again be elevated back to their current levels.
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RE: NCAA FBS Division Athletic Department Revenues
I entered the Equity in America revenues for each P5 team for the past 4 years in a spreadsheet to understand how revenues are changing over time. Note, for this analysis I classified ND as an ACC member.

Average team revenue per conference (2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19):

ACC $90.1 $95.5 $104.8 $114.2
B12 $102.0 $107.9 $119.0 $116.3
BIG $108.3 $115.0 $127.6 $132.4
PAC $89.1 $98.0 $105.0 $106.5
SEC $121.2 $128.0 $133.5 $134.5
All P5 $102.4 $109.1 $118.1 $121.4

Some of the growth in revenues results from the timing of the Orange vs Rose/Sugar Bowl rotation in the CFP. Nevertheless, the four year growth in the conference average revenue, as well as the change in standard deviation:

ACC 27% (69%)
B12 14% (19%)
BIG 22% (19%)
PAC 19% (37%)
SEC 11% (24%)
All P5 19% (23%)

During this four year stretch, ACC schools’ revenues grew the fastest (27%) of all P5 conferences. Interestingly, the growth rate in revenues varied greatly: FSU (61% 4 year growth), Miami (48%) and Louisville (33%) had the highest growth rates; while VT (0%) and UVA (8%) had the lowest growth in revenue. In 2016, the ACC schools’ range of revenue was very homogeneous...more so than most other P5 conferences. By 2019, the distribution of revenues amongst schools in the ACC is heterogeneous...not as unequal as the B12 schools, but trending in that direction.
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(08-09-2020 10:28 AM)Wahoowa84 Wrote:  I entered the Equity in America revenues for each P5 team for the past 4 years in a spreadsheet to understand how revenues are changing over time. Note, for this analysis I classified ND as an ACC member.

Average team revenue per conference (2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19):

ACC $90.1 $95.5 $104.8 $114.2
B12 $102.0 $107.9 $119.0 $116.3
BIG $108.3 $115.0 $127.6 $132.4
PAC $89.1 $98.0 $105.0 $106.5
SEC $121.2 $128.0 $133.5 $134.5
All P5 $102.4 $109.1 $118.1 $121.4

Some of the growth in revenues results from the timing of the Orange vs Rose/Sugar Bowl rotation in the CFP. Nevertheless, the four year growth in the conference average revenue, as well as the change in standard deviation:

ACC 27% (69%)
B12 14% (19%)
BIG 22% (19%)
PAC 19% (37%)
SEC 11% (24%)
All P5 19% (23%)

During this four year stretch, ACC schools’ revenues grew the fastest (27%) of all P5 conferences. Interestingly, the growth rate in revenues varied greatly: FSU (61% 4 year growth), Miami (48%) and Louisville (33%) had the highest growth rates; while VT (0%) and UVA (8%) had the lowest growth in revenue. In 2016, the ACC schools’ range of revenue was very homogeneous...more so than most other P5 conferences. By 2019, the distribution of revenues amongst schools in the ACC is heterogeneous...not as unequal as the B12 schools, but trending in that direction.

Football is ~80 of that revenue. The 3 schools you cite are all from the Deep South except Louisville which like Kentucky emphasizes both football and basketball and both are top 25 revenue generators.

Drop the conference notion and look at it regionally and the differences will be more stark. Forbes was the last publication to speak of the SEC's new media deal and they did so in late June. Forbes cited sources that indicate that what ESPN will be paying for the SEC T1 contract will be between 375 million and 400 million. So the SEC's media payouts should be jumping sometime after this year from 45.7 million per school to between 68 million to 72 million per school depending upon the final details. What I heard early with regards to the contract was 67 million so this is right in line.

My point is this. In the Northern Midwest it is a school by school increase. In the Southeast through parts of the Southwest it is regional. There's your last bastion of college football religion. This region impacts Texas, Oklahoma, most of the SEC, and part of the ACC. In fact I would lump Ohio / Kentucky into a mini region and say that beyond that most of the growth is from South Carolina through Tennessee and South with South Carolina and Tennessee essentially on the fringe both for the region and for the growth.

That said, we are financially and culturally facing a large paradigm shift with the assault of this virus and the public's response to it. Therefore, nothing is certain moving forward.
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