UConn athletic department in 2018: generated $40 million in revenue, $81 million in expenses



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Even within the P5 there is a divide...

The SEC just announced they made a $41 million per team payout for 2017...

The ACC is competing with $26.6 million per school.

Mean per-school shares for the other Power Fives, according to USA Today, were: Southeastern Conference $40.9 million, Big Ten $37 million and Pacific 12 $30.9 million.
 
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Even within the P5 there is a divide...

The SEC just announced they made a $41 million per team payout for 2017...

The ACC is competing with $26.6 million per school.

Mean per-school shares for the other Power Fives, according to USA Today, were: Southeastern Conference $40.9 million, Big Ten $37 million and Pacific 12 $30.9 million.
Yes indeed there is a divide within the P5. It’s more like the difference between Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos though.
 
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So, in 2017 Uconn had revenues of $80M. 1 year later they are reporting revenues of $40M?
Has anyone seen it discussed where the $40M or 50% drop in revenues came from in 1 year.

I always thought Uconn was considered the largest budget outside P5 and have always seen reports of revenues in the $80M range. Now we're showing $40M?
 
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So, in 2017 Uconn had revenues of $80M. 1 year later they are reporting revenues of $40M?
Has anyone seen it discussed where the $40M or 50% drop in revenues came from in 1 year.

I always thought Uconn was considered the largest budget outside P5 and have always seen reports of revenues in the $80M range. Now we're showing $40M?
You are forgetting to add in the $42m +/- in institutional support and student fees to that $40m number.
 
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