The figures you provided are informative and important, and may reflect why within the B12 there is some displeasure. It appears the revenue sharing formula have schools such as Texas & Oklahoma comparatively more happy with it based on "in conference" available revenue; while others, mostly in the north, not so pleased with the conference's distribution criteria. That's just an interpretation, though, since conferences tend to avoid "dirty laundry" issues being so open. But the distribution figures are there. But comparing to B10 earnings per school, has to make the B12 take notice as to what needs changed or developed.
While the B12 looks impressive in it's overall composition, it tends to still come across as a bit unsettled and a "marriage of convenience" though they are contiguous schools south to north. With the "south" largely dominating in fb, and others having fondness for the old Big Eight days, gelling, after all this time, doesn't look near perfect. There's some big egos, and others thankful for the ride.
It's so funny how there is resentment by the B12 north schools towards the south and CUSA East teams towards Cusa West (Texas).
Makes me almost wish there were some sort of 16 team expansions just to make everyone happy
SEC: adds Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma and Oklahoma St.
Big Ten: adds Missouri, Syracuse, Rutgers, Iowa St.
Pac 10: adds Utah, Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas
Big 12 leftovers Baylor, TTech, Kansas St could join CUSA.