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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 11:42 am 
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WSJ article regarding college coaches salaries at http://online.wsj.com/article/SB122853304793584959.html?mod=googlenews_wsj


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Article regarding the financial feasibility of a possible move to D-1 by UNA at http://www.timesdaily.com/article/20081206/ARTICLES/812060326/0/NEWS04


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Updated per game 2008 NCAA D-1a FB attendance numbers thru (2008 final)12-7-08.Link at http://web1.ncaa.org/mfb/2008/Internet/attendance/FBS_AVGATTENDANCE.pdf


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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Sun Dec 07, 2008 12:34 pm 
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Another article out of Jersey discussing Rutgers athletic finances situation at http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2008/12/rutgers_football_a_game_of_sec.html


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 11:06 am 
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Interesting SBJ article examining financial winners and losers from 2003 ACC raid.Also discusses upcoming ACC TV contract negotiations.Link at http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/article/60852


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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 12:05 pm 
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BE MB discussion on SBJ financial piece regarding the ACC(article not really about the BE) posted above.

Looks like "some" BE fans apparently still hold a grudge even though the three former BE schools have apparently done very well financially in their new conference home.
Interestingly,the topic of conference tv networks not mentioned in the above article.That should change as ACC tv negotiations progress in 2009 and 2010.
Link at http://ncaabbs.com/showthread.php?tid=333589


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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 1:45 pm 
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Another followup to my reply#1142 regarding updated 2007-2008 US Dept of ED college financial info.

Not all of the schools have had their updated data released.

The second BCS conference to have all of it's member schools' updated 2007-2008 revenues and expenses(in millions) released is the Big Ten;

1.Ohio State-117.954--------------98.98,
2.Michigan-99.027------------------78.585,
3.Wisconsin-93.452----------------91.342,
4.Penn State-91.570---------------79.275,
5.Iowa-81.148-----------------------69.785,
6.Mich.State-77.739----------------62.398,
7.Minnesota-63.782----------------58.800,
8.Purdue-62.094--------------------57.057,
9.Illinois-57.168---------------------52.685,
10.Indiana-54.839------------------49.210, and
11.Northwestern-41.836----------41.836.


I will post more info once it gets released.

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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 2:45 pm 
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Another followup to my post in reply#1142 in this thread regarding 2007-2008 updates to US Dept of ED college athletic financial info.

Not all updated data for all schools have been released yet.


Here are updated 2007-2008 revenues and expenses(in millions) for the Big East FB schools;

1.UCONN-54.7------------------------54.6,
2.West Virginia-54.263--------------49.053,
3.Louisville-53.496-------------------53.147,
4.Rutgers-50.181---------------------49.953,
5.Syracuse-44.703-------------------44.703,
6.Pittsburgh-39.742------------------39.742,
7.South Florida-34.727--------------32.601.
8.Cincinnati-33.887------------------33.887.

BTW,ND had revenues of $83.352 million and expenses of $60.118 million for 2007-2008.

Once additional data is released I will post it.

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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 2:56 pm 
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Here is another batch of 2007-2008 US DEPT of ED financial data (revenues and expenses in millions)for the PAC-10;

1.Stanford-76.662--------------------------75.127,
2.So.Cal-76.410----------------------------76.410,
3.UCLA-66.088------------------------------66.088,
4.California-63.885-------------------------63.834,
5.Washington-60.729----------------------57.331,
6.Oregon-56.624----------------------------56.260,
7.Arizona State-53.48----------------------52.905,
8.Oregon State-47.186--------------------47.186,
9.Arizona-46.988----------------------------43.958,
10.Washington State-39.621-------------36.496.


I will post more info as it is released.

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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2008 3:13 pm 
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Here is another batch of 2007-2008 US Dept of ED college athletic financial(revenues and expenses in millions) data for the SEC;

1.Florida-106.031-----------------------------98.199,
2.Auburn-89.305------------------------------69.835,
3.Alabama-88.870----------------------------74.908,
4.Tennessee-88.720--------------------------87.421,
5.LSU-84.183-----------------------------------76.321,
6.Georgia-84.020-------------------------------70.459,
7.Kentucky-71.186-----------------------------67.795,
8.South Carolina-66.546----------------------64.516,
9.Arkansas-64.198------------------------------62.655,
10.Vanderbilt-45.522--------------------------45.522,
11.Ole Miss-34.770----------------------------34.770,
12.Miss State-30.440-------------------------30.433.

The ACC IS the remaining BCS conference where all of it's member schools data has yet to be released.Once that occurs I will post it.

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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
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Louisville MB thread discussion regarding Louisville stadium expansion update at http://forums.scout.com/mb.aspx?S=17&F=2759&T=3572297&P=1


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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2008 11:41 am 
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Here is another batch of 2007-2008 US Dept of Ed college athletics financial data(revenues and expenses in millions) for the Coastal division of the ACC;

1.Duke-67.820-------------------------67.820,
2.Virginia-65.401----------------------65.401,
3.North Carolina-61.263-------------61.045,
4.Va.Tech-56.029---------------------49.890,
5.Georgia Tech-47.126---------------47.126,
6.Miami-46.850------------------------46.850.

Still waiting on release of updated data for all ACC Atlantic division schools.Once that is released I will post it.

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SBJ article discussing 2008-2009 Bowl gifts to participating amateur FB players with a gift list for most of the bowls at http://www.sportsbusinessjournal.com/article/60900


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 Post subject: Conferences and Money
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Here is a batch of updated 2007-2008 US Dept of ED college athletic finances(revenues and expenses in millions) data for most of the ACC Atlantic division except for Maryland;

Clemson-59.126-------------------------59.126,
Boston College-61.203-----------------61.065,
FSU-45.415-------------------------------45.126,
NC State-44.554-------------------------44.537,
Wake Forest-39.962--------------------39.599.

Once the Maryland numbers are released I will post them.

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Article out of Jersey detailing revised Rutgers stadium expansion plan that will be discussed at today's BOG meeting. Link at http://www.nj.com/news/ledger/index.ssf?/base/news-14/1229060188280100.xml&coll=1


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