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UCONN Football is ranked at 83rd Here are the top 10 schools
Hence, we have a long way to go....

Twenty one schools have a $0 valuation because the programs lack sufficient cash flow to warrant a positive valuation, Brewer said. And eight schools on the list have a negative valuation because they suck funds from the larger university to support operations.

1. Texas $848.3 million
2. Georgia $483.6 million
3. Penn State $446.9 million
4. Florida $421.8 million
5. LSU $397.4 million
6. Michigan $393.5 million
7. Alabama $374.3 million
8. Auburn $359.4 million
9. Oklahoma $343 million
10. Tennessee $321.3 million
 

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No athletic department has tended to its own business model as intelligently and as consistently as the University of Texas. To have a gap between Texas and #2 that is bigger than all but three other programs total is incredible. It's a testament to the acumen of DeLoss Dodds, the size and passion of the fanbase, and the understanding of marketing/branding opportunities that Dodds's underlings (especially women's AD Chris Plonsky) that they reap the rewards that other schools can only dream about. Vision and execution- they don't grow on trees.
 

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UCONN Football is ranked at 83rd Here are the top 10 schools
Hence, we have a long way to go....

Twenty one schools have a $0 valuation because the programs lack sufficient cash flow to warrant a positive valuation, Brewer said. And eight schools on the list have a negative valuation because they suck funds from the larger university to support operations.

1. Texas $848.3 million
2. Georgia $483.6 million
3. Penn State $446.9 million
4. Florida $421.8 million
5. LSU $397.4 million
6. Michigan $393.5 million
7. Alabama $374.3 million
8. Auburn $359.4 million
9. Oklahoma $343 million
10. Tennessee $321.3 million

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Could you link the reference for this info? I would like to see the entire list.

Never mind..... here it is

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