Friday, November 18, 2011

NCAA Division I Revenues and Expenses for 2009-2010

The USA Today reports that 22 of the 218 Division I schools finished in the black financially for the 2009-2010 academic year. Here is the table from the article.

School
Total revenue
Generated revenue
Allocated revenue
Total expenses
Difference
Oregon
$122,394,483
$119,709,341
$2,685,142
$77,856,232
$41,853,109*
Alabama
$130,542,153
$125,562,153
$4,980,000
$98,961,214
$26,600,939
Penn State
$106,614,724
$106,614,724
$0
$88,041,921
$18,572,803
Michigan
$106,874,031
$106,640,861
$233,170
$89,133,850
$17,507,011
Oklahoma State
$106,362,128
$100,708,922
$5,653,206
$83,748,207
$16,960,715
Iowa
$88,735,093
$88,209,386
$525,707
$74,438,196
$13,771,190
Texas
$143,555,354
$143,555,354
$0
$130,436,534
$13,118,820
Oklahoma
$98,512,287
$98,512,287
$0
$87,678,199
$10,834,088
Georgia
$89,735,934
$86,533,389
$3,202,545
$77,250,831
$9,282,558
LSU
$111,030,795
$111,030,795
$0
$102,326,769
$8,704,026
Kansas State
$53,436,790
$50,201,682
$3,235,108
$42,337,682
$7,864,000
Florida
$117,104,407
$112,693,506
$4,410,901
$105,824,376
$6,869,130
Texas A&M
$82,774,133
$82,774,133
$0
$75,941,926
$6,832,207
Arkansas
$78,072,620
$76,377,647
$1,694,973
$71,801,905
$4,575,742
Purdue
$61,653,561
$61,653,561
$0
$58,365,143
$3,288,418
Michigan State
$83,545,892
$83,545,892
$3,348,785
$78,162,447
$2,034,660
Nebraska
$73,483,733
$73,483,733
$0
$71,738,068
$1,745,665
West Virginia
$62,030,104
$57,774,867
$4,255,237
$56,607,917
$1,166,950
Indiana
$69,287,811
$66,905,296
$2,382,515
$65,796,415
$1,108,881
Virginia Tech
$63,613,464
$56,706,913
$6,906,551
$55,738,633
$968,280
Ohio State
$123,174, 176
$123,174, 176
$0
$122,739,754
$434,422
Washington
$64,034,410
$61,851,895
$2,182,515
$61,640,598
$211,29

*School says unusual surplus is due to non-cash gift of John E. Jaqua Academic Center for Student Athletes. Note: Amounts not adjusted for inflation.

Sources: USA TODAY research, individual schools

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