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The_Ultimate_Warrior
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College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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...ranked by gross revenue during the fiscal year 07/01/18 to 06/30/19. That means these numbers reflect the 2018 football season and the following spring.

The data was just released by the U.S. Department of Education which requires mandatory annual filings through the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act.


Top 12 - [movement from previous yr]
1. Texas Longhorns ($156.1 million) 0
2. Georgia Bulldogs ($123.1 million) 0
3. Michigan Wolverines ($122.3 million) 0
4. Notre Dame Fighting Irish ($115.5 million) +2
5. Ohio State Buckeyes ($115.1 million) 0
6. Penn State Nittany Lions ($100.1 million) +2
7. Auburn Tigers ($95.2 million) +3
8. Oklahoma Sooners ($94.8 million) -1
9. Alabama Crimson Tide ($94.6 million) -5
10. Nebraska Huskers ($94.3 million) +1
11. LSU ($92.0 million) +3
12. Tennessee ($91.0 million) -3

Rest of the SEC
14. Florida ($84.8 million) -2
17. Arkansas ($76.5 million) +4
19. Texas A&M ($73.5 million) -4
23. South Carolina ($65.0 million) -1
37. Ole Miss ($48.2 million) -4
49. Kentucky ($41.4 million) 0
55. Missouri ($38.5 million) +4
57. Mississippi State ($38.0 million) +4
62. Vanderbilt ($32.1 million) -2

Other Notables
20. Oregon ($72.1 million) 0
27. Clemson ($61.4 million) +3
36. USC ($50.0 million) -12
Last place: West Virginia ($24.7 million) 0

Wild that the top 3 have combined for 1.5 National Titles over the last quarter-century.
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WilliamTaylor21
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9. A1abana Crimson Tired ($94.6 million) -5
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-5
tDecline.


skrayper
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Obsession noted.


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DawgsLife
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Keep in mind that this is gross. It would be interesting to see what the Net is. Interesting nonetheless. Thanks for posting!


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RollTide1987
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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1. Texas Longhorns ($156.1 million) 0
2. Georgia Bulldogs ($123.1 million) 0
3. Michigan Wolverines ($122.3 million) 0


Look at that. The three biggest underachievers in college football are at the tippy top.



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SidewalkTiger
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1. Texas Longhorns ($156.1 million) 0 
2. Georgia Bulldogs ($123.1 million) 0 
3. Michigan Wolverines ($122.3 million) 0 
4. Notre Dame Fighting Irish ($115.5 million) +2 
5. Ohio State Buckeyes ($115.1 million) 0 
6. Penn State Nittany Lions ($100.1 million) +2 
7. Auburn Tigers ($95.2 million) +3 
8. Oklahoma Sooners ($94.8 million) -1 
9. Alabama Crimson Tide ($94.6 million) -5 
10. Nebraska Huskers ($94.3 million) +1 
11. LSU ($92.0 million) +3 
12. Tennessee ($91.0 million) -3 


LMAOOOOO


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PlateJohnsonIII
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Lol. The top 6 are loser programs that will never win anything.


NFLSU
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Hang in there..you're beating Vanderbilt!


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WilliamTaylor21
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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tDecline noted.
FIFY


Box Geauxrilla
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19. Texas A&M ($73.5 million) -4


BUT MUH ENDOWMENT


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skrayper
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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WilliamTaylor21

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tDecline noted.


Yeah, we know. It's okay though, I'm sure your material will get better once the football season picks back up.


Box Geauxrilla
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I'm sure your material will get better once the football season picks back up.


Your sig


WilliamTaylor21
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Your sig

That’s some of mUh material!



Todd Greene
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College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs by The_Ultimate_Warrior



3rd time in the last couple of weeks we have seen this. Should be R`AD.

Furthermore, accounting practices allow for movement of monies to be credited elsewhere. The smart universities learned this loophole a long time ago.

Why? Tax shelters. Lower taxes..etc...


skrayper
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That’s some of mUh material!


Exactly.

I honor your last amusing moments, and that brief period you had a trial to Photoshop.


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hawgfaninc
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
But the Aggies said they were rich?


TheCheshireHog
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Impressive spot for Arkansas considering what’s happened to our program.
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TheCheshireHog
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17. Arkansas ($76.5 million) +4
19. Texas A&M ($73.5 million) -4


One of these two teams had a 2-10 season in that timeframe.


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The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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Todd Greene


Appreciate your opinions and contributions to the thread Tod.

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Should be R`AD.


Ohhhh, Tod. You should go start a "what if footbaw season is cancelled bc da corona" thread! That hasn't been done yet!


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