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


THEY ARE LIARS!

All of them!


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WilliamTaylor21
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SidewalkTiger
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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3rd time in the last couple of weeks we have seen this. Should be R`AD. 


This is rich coming from you.


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Auburn80
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Do these amounts include SEC network dollars? Vandy seems way too low if they do. They sell a fair amount of tickets, even if it isn't to their own fans.


Box Geauxrilla
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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Vandy seems way too low if they do. They sell a fair amount of tickets, even if it isn't to their own fans.


The LSU - Vandy game this year looked like a home LSU spring game


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TT9
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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I'm sure your material will get better once the football season picks back up
don't hold your breath.


Ssubba
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Always amazes me how the state of Alabama can put two universities in the top 7-9 spots.


SpartyGator
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Florida still an SEC big 6


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lucki98
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
I really hope a lot of these schools have rainy day funds Bc I just read an article about lost revenue for the conferences and what might happen if football is cancelled.bc football pays for a lot of other sports. LINK


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tiger perry
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I am not an Aggie basher , but how come they are not higher. They are always brining up how much money they have
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KaiserSoze99
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
"Texas football has been a virtual bystander on the national scene for over a decade. But that doesn’t affect sales. Nobody has more fans and TV eyes than Texas. The ESPN-managed Longhorn Network has recently kicked in about $15M annually, and it’s all gravy beyond the Big 12 contract. Tom Herman’s 2nd season was pretty good by recent standards – 10-4 with an early upset of Oklahoma in Dallas, then a big one over Georgia in New Orleans. But the 2018-19 profit was a benchmark for any college program – $112.9M, busting UT’s record set in the prior fiscal year."

Wait a minute. Are they including Big 12 TV contracts, merch sales, and Longhorn network revenue?



Looks like they forgot some stuff.



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Irons Puppet
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Call back in 8 months and let’s go over the list again.


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


Yikes


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AirRaidTT
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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1. Texas Longhorns ($156.1 million) 0


Lol









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Errerrerrwere
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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19. Texas A&M ($73.5 million) -4


W O W

Where did all that Earl $$$ go?
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aerodawg
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Meh it depends on how they report. We used to report in a way that showed we were in the $60 Million range several years back. Everyone’s numbers have pretty much only gone up in that time unless they changed the way they report like we did. Looking at the numbers I’d say quite a few have.

Take this article from 2018 stating athletic revenues for both State and Ole Miss north of $100 Million. Pretty sure Texas A&M was somewhere in the $200 Million range.

LINK


OrangeEmpire
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
USC needs to hire Dave Hart...............



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Leto II
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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Always amazes me how the state of Alabama can put two universities in the top 7-9 spots.

Only game in town...


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


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Mississippi state fan


Um, lol?


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NFLSU
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