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Post by tmcats » June 30th, 2020, 10:25 am

$50.6 million at the ohio state university
$42.4 million @ texas(nm)
$42.1 million @ aTm
$39.1 million at 'bama
$30.2 million at nebraska
$25.3 million at washington

$16.2 million at utah
$16 million at ucla
$13.9 million at wvu
$12.4 million at k-state
$11.5 million at colorado
$11.0 million at texas tech
$10.9 million at iowa state
$10.5 million at oklahoma state

$9.6 million at missouri
$8.6 million at cal
$6.9 million at maryland
$6.8 million at indiana
$4.0 million at ku

$2.4 million at ndsu
$1.7 million at uconn
$1.5 million at new mexico
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Post by tmcats » June 30th, 2020, 3:14 pm

i posted this to show k-state's status nationally and to better understand the economic impact of not having a season. obviously, this says nothing for the ncaa/conference contribution losses and gifts. it's really troubling. come on, big pharma, get that vaccine.
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Post by DeereCatFan » June 30th, 2020, 9:40 pm

Just curious tm. Where is Ou listed? I guess I can just search ticket revenue by school. Last years I assume. Surprised some of the teams KSU is ahead of on the list.

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Post by Hypeman » June 30th, 2020, 10:54 pm

tmcats wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 3:14 pm
i posted this to show k-state's status nationally and to better understand the economic impact of not having a season. obviously, this says nothing for the ncaa/conference contribution losses and gifts. it's really troubling. come on, big pharma, get that vaccine.
Good point although a little misleading because you must have skipped a bunch between us and the top of the list. We’re surely not 10th nationally. Regardless, It’s a good point that the financial impact is large ... however hasn’t athletics been stockpiling all the cash they can? So they should make it through this with no problem? Even if they didn’t play at all?

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Post by tmcats » July 1st, 2020, 10:52 am

DeereCatFan wrote:
June 30th, 2020, 9:40 pm
Just curious tm. Where is Ou listed? I guess I can just search ticket revenue by school. Last years I assume. Surprised some of the teams KSU is ahead of on the list.
ou is not forthcoming at all in publishing individual sport numbers. but overall ticket sales are $42 million, so i'd guess that football represents $35-38 million of that.

https://soonersports.com/documents/2018 ... 475512.pdf
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Post by DeereCatFan » July 1st, 2020, 11:27 am

Thank you

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