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Top 100 Revenue Schools in the NCAA, UNLV #39

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Posted: 12/09/2010 7:39 AM

Top 100 Revenue Schools in the NCAA, UNLV #39 


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The Top 100 Revenue Schools in the NCAA
1. Texas – $143.5 million; 3.7% growth from 2008-09
2. Alabama – $129.3 million; 24.4% growth
3. Ohio State – $123.2 million; 2.8% growth
4. Florida – $116.5 million; 7.6% growth
5. LSU – $109.9 million; 9.9% growth
6. Michigan – $106.6 million; 12.1% growth
7. Penn State – $106.6 million; 11.1% growth
8. Tennessee – $100.7 million; 8.9% growth
9. Oklahoma – $98.6 million; 21.1% growth
10. Wisconsin – $93.9 million; 4.5% growth
11. Auburn – $92.6 million; 6.4% growth
12. Notre Dame – $90.8 million; 12.1% growth
13. Iowa – $88.5 million; 11.3% growth
14. Georgia – $88.0 million; 8.0% growth
15. Virginia – $81.8 million; 21.9% growth
16. Stanford – $81.7 million; 9.4% growth
17. Michigan State – $80.0 million; 5.9% growth
18. South Carolina – $80.0 million; 4.9% growth
19. Kentucky – $79.7 million; 10.6% growth
20. Arkansas – $78.1 million; 22.0% growth
21. USC – $75.7 million; 5.5% decline
22. Oregon – $75.4 million; 25.1% growth
23. Florida State – $75.2 million; 1.1$ growth
24. Minnesota – $73.6 million; 4.7% growth
25. Nebraska – $73.5 million; 1.9% decline
26. Kansas – $71.8 million; 1.8% growth
27. Texas A&M – $71.8 million; 1.4% decline
28. California – $69.0 million; 5.9% decline
29. Indiana – $68.7 million; 13.5% growth
30. Duke – $68.5 million; 3.6% decline
31. North Carolina – $67.6 million; 3.6% decline
32. Oklahoma State – $65.5 million; 8.7% decline
33. Boston College – $64.5 million; 0.5% growth
34. Washington – $64.0 million; 5.7% growth
35. Louisville – $63.5 million; 9.4% growth
36. West Virginia – $62.0 million; 11.4% growth
37. UCLA – $61.8 million; 6.5% decline
38. Purdue – $61.5 million; 2.7% growth
39. UNLV – $61.2 million; 84.6% growth
40. Connecticut – $58.5 million; 0.0% growth
41. Virginia Tech – $58.1 million; 10.0% growth
42. Clemson – $57.6 million; 4.3% decline
43. Arizona State – $57.0 million; 7.1% growth
44. Arizona – $56.4 million; 8.8% growth
45. Miami (Fla) – $56.1 million; 9.5% decline
46. Missouri – $55.7 million; 3.6% decline
47. Rutgers – $55.6 million; 2.3% growth
48. Baylor – $54.1 million; 11.1% growth
49. Illinois – $53.5 million; 3.8% decline
50. TCU – $52.4 million; 12.8% growth
51. Kansas State – $52.4 million; 10.6% growth
52. Maryland – $52.0 million; 13.3% decline
53. Oregon State – $51.6 million; 2.9% growth
54. North Carolina State – $50.3 million; 8.3% growth
55. Vanderbilt – $50.0 million; 9.5% growth
56. Colorado – $49.4 million; 0.9% decline
57. Syracuse – $49.3 million; 5.2% decline
58. Pittsburgh – $49.2 million; 7.4% growth
59. Northwestern – $48.9 million; 0.7% growth
60. Texas Tech – $48.1 million; 3.1% growth
61. Georgia Tech – $47.0 million; 2.2% decline
62. Iowa State – $46.8 million; 2.3% growth
63. Mississippi – $43.9 million; 6.3% growth
64. Wake Forest – $42.2 million; 5.4% decline
65. BYU – $41.0 million; 15.1% growth
66. Washington State – $39.3 million; 2.8% growth
67. South Florida – $39.1 million; 3.5% growth
68. Mississippi State – $38.1 million; 4.4% growth
69. Cincinnati – $37.1 million; 5.9% growth
70. Memphis – $37.0 million; 10.3% growth
71. Yale – $36.5 million; 84.1% growth
72. SMU – $36.0 million; 1.8% growth
73. Central Florida – $35.7 million; 19.0% growth
74. St. John’s – $32.1 million; 8.0% growth
75. San Diego State – $32.1 million; 6.9% decline
76. Utah – $31.8 million; 0.3% growth
77. Delaware – $31.8 million; 4.6% growth
78. Houston – $31.5 million; 6.6% growth
79. Hawaii – $31.1 million; 1.9% growth
80. East Carolina – $30.8 million; 1.0% growth
81. New Mexico – $30.3 million; 5.4% decline
82. Pennsylvania – $30.4 million; 12.9% growth
83. Rice – $29.4 million; 4.0% decline
84. Georgetown – $29.4 million; 1.4% growth
85. James Madison – $29.1 million; 2.3% decline
86. Temple – $28.8 million; 7.1% growth
87. Villanova – $27.7 million; 7.9% growth
88. Wyoming – $27.0 million; 9.4% growth
89. Old Dominion – $26.7 million; 1.8% decline
90. Liberty – $26.4 million; 11.6% growth
91. Tulsa – $26.3 million; 3.1% decline
92. Fresno State – $26.0 million; 9.5% decline
93. Miami (Ohio) – $26.0 million; 5.2% growth
94. New Hampshire – $26.0 million; 3.2% growth
95. Boston University – $25.7 million; 5.8% growth
96. Boise State – $25.1 million; 21.9% growth
97. UAB – $25.1 million; 10.8% growth
98. Central Michigan – $24.5 million; 9.0% growth
99. Ohio – $23.9 million; 9.2% growth
100. Massachusetts – $23.8 million; 0.8% growth
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