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According to a report from USA Today Sports, the SEC made $527.4 million in the first year of the College Football Playoff and the SEC Network.
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The return, which the conference provided Thursday in response to a request from USA TODAY Sports, also shows that SEC had $527.4 million in total revenue for a fiscal year that ended Aug. 31, 2015. That was the first fiscal year in which the conference began receiving money from the formation of the SEC Network and from the new College Football Playoff.
The report also says that former SEC Commissioner Mike Slive had nearly $3.6 million base compensation.
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TEXAS A&M
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The poster below me eats farts.
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Maybe this will help the doubters understand what Texas A&M and the Texas footprint brought to the SEC along with the good academics.
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lol at UT and the big 12
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