BCS Conference Finance Charts

If you read my pieces on Forbes.com about SEC, Big Ten, ACC , Pac-10 and Big 12 football finance, you may be interested in seeing the charts I compiled on each conference. You can download below.

SEC Financial Data (Excel)   SEC Financial Data (PDF)

Big Ten Financial Data (Excel)   Big Ten Financial Data (PDF)

ACC Financial Data (Excel)

Pac-10-Financial-Data (Excel)

Big 12 Financial Data (Excel)

Big East Financial Data (Excel)

Big thanks to my intern, Ben Perreira, who helped compile the ACC, Pac-10, Big 12 and Big East data!

0 Comments

  • Peter Strnad
    Posted Thursday, March 24, 2011 12:25 am 0Likes

    Great work. Do you by chance have Notre Dame’s revenue and profit for 2010? In 2009, Forbes had profit at $38 million…

    Thanks

  • Kristi Dosh
    Posted Friday, March 25, 2011 7:16 am 0Likes

    Thank you. Really great question. Here’s their data from the same source I used for the other schools:

    Football Revenue: $64,163,063
    Football Expenses: $29,490,788
    Football Profit: $34,672,275

    Athletic Department Profit: $14,954,642

    If they were a BCS school, they would be above the average profit of both the SEC and Big Ten. In the Big Ten (the most-likely conference for them to join), they would be second in revenue and expenses, third in football profit and fifth in athletic department profit.

  • hartley mellish
    Posted Tuesday, April 12, 2011 3:16 pm 0Likes

    do you have financial data compiled for ConferenceUSA

  • Kristi Dosh
    Posted Saturday, April 16, 2011 10:15 am 0Likes

    I’m working on non-AQ conferences now.

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