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Georgia athletics brought in nearly $31 million in operating surplus for the fiscal year that ended at the end of June, a robust total nationally but a decrease of $12.02 million from a year earlier.
The school reported $174,042,482 in operating revenue and $143,299,554 in operating expenses, according to Georgia’s annual NCAA financial report obtained by the Athens Banner-Herald on Monday.
The report covers the period from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019.
Georgia’s operating surplus of $30.7 million is among the top in the SEC. Texas A&M reported a $43.7 million surplus, but it has said it is using contributions from that for ongoing facilities spending.
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