Article out of St Louis with 2010-2011 Big Ten revenue numbers thru Illinois sources.According to article,each league school received $22.6 million with $16.6 million from tv and $7.9 million of that number from the BTN.Link at http://stltoday.com/sports/college/illi ... ed301.html
The article above mentions that the SEC members only received 18.3 million from the conference, which is true but is not entirely the whole picture. What it does not mention is the fact that the SEC has no "SEC" network, individual schools negotiate their own regional deals. For example, the University of Florida has a TV deal with SUN network which pays them 10 million per year to re-play their football games on Sundays, bringing their total to 28.3 million annually, far more than 22.6 million. The truth is that some SEC schools do better than B1G Ten schools and some do worse based on these separate TV deals.
Edit:Article makes apples to apples comparisons,you don't.The Big 10 schools have their own separate local deals.If you want to compare revenue numbers from school to school then please produce your evidence and cite your sources.