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24nights
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Brilliant post imo


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jvilletiger25
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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7. Auburn Tigers ($95.2 million) +3


But the poors think we can't buy out Gus.


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RD Dawg
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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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.


Correct,these numbers are way off. Each SEC school gets $44 million in '18-'19 fiscal year

That's not both years BTW.

Have no idea how they came up with these figures.
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The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
All of the data can be found HERE


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RD Dawg
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
Not gonna go through all that shite and their data is still wrong If their data includes all
gross revenue sources.

At the very MINIMUM every school has at least $45 million in revenue from FB without selling a ticket

ETA after further research these are net revenues.Obviously the dumbass writer doesn't know the difference.
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G2160
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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At the very MINIMUM every school has at least $45 million in revenue from FB without selling a ticket



This.

also, A&M’s 12th man foundation had $152mm in total revenue in 2018-19. The 12MF funds the school’s athletic dept which I assume is the only entity being looked at here.

LINK


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The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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Not gonna go through all that shite and their data is still wrong If their data includes all
gross revenue sources.


"God damned government and shite. Always gettin' stuff wrong. And them schools! Them schools wrong too!

They're wrong. You're wrong. EVERYONE IS WRONG!
"


RD Dawg
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
These are net revenue numbers and essentially worthless.

The dumbass author obviously doesn't know the difference.


The_Ultimate_Warrior
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
I'll be honest, I didn't read the article.

I looked at the rankings and then scrolled back up to check out the pictures.


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RD Dawg
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re: College Football's Richest/Poorest Power 5 Programs
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God damned government and shite. Always gettin' stuff wrong. And them schools! Them schools wrong too!

They're wrong. You're wrong. EVERYONE IS WRONG!"


It's not gross revenue and author of the article doesn't know the meaning.

I would guess the reporting to the DOE was correct data but you have tons of leeway with "expenses"


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