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Forbes recently released their list of College Football’s Most Valuable Teams and here's how the SEC stacks up in the Top 25:

1. Texas A&M
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $147M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $94M

4. Alabama
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $134M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $61M

7. Georgia
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $125M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $74M

9. Florida
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $117M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $69M

10. Auburn
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $117M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $65M

11. LSU
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $114M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $73M

12. Tennessee
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $113M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $59M

16. South Carolina
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $95M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $53M

24. Mississippi
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $84M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $43M

Here's the complete Top-10:
1. Texas A&M
2. Texas
3. Michigan
4. Alabama
5. Ohio State
6. Oklahoma
7. Georgia
8. Notre Dame
9. Florida
10. Auburn

Read the complete Forbes article here.
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Comments

10 Comments
Not too shabby for UTk given all of the ex coaches salaries they’re paying.
Reply1 month
Did Arky just get trolled by TD Staff Reporter??
Reply1 month
Profit > Revenue
Reply1 month
Results > all. Why in the world do you care if your school makes a "profit"? Is that what you are a fan of?
1 month
Knew who number one was before I read the article.
Reply1 month
Wouldn't the profit be more important? Bama is spending the hell out some money.
Reply1 month
I mean profit is important. But it doesn't matter if you aren't a Championship contender
1 month
Expenses first. Then profit.
1 month
There are 10 SEC teams in the top 25, why only list 9?
Reply1 month
Because we are an after thought in this league... Or maybe the "TD staff reporter" who posted this doesn't realise that being tied for number 16 means you are still better than 24.
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