- Aug 26, 2011
From the database link:What does the "Total allocated" column represent? UConn is the highest with $42MM.
So at first, I thought this was sarcasm, but then I thought about the numbers. Even if football gets back to packing the Rent, we'd be talking about something like 20k more people, for 6 games @$25 per ticket, so $3M. Basketball is tougher to figure 1500 more people, for 9 games @$25 per ticket + 8500 more people, for 8 games @$25 per ticket or about @ $2M. So that would be @ $5M more for attendance.And the AD will only be subsidized $30m instead of $40m
BC, Pitt and Rutgers at the bottom - 59, 63, 64. Miami at 53.I'll throw this in just because it flatters Rutgers.
Slideshow: Ranking all 65 Power Five schools in overall athletic success
I always enjoyed the UConn - BC basketball rivalry (both men and women) during the Michael Adams years, the Bill Curley years, and the Jay Murphy years. The UConn women also had a rivalry with them during the Kathy Inglese years.As much as it pains me, BC football and basketball are looking up and both were “okay” at the same time last year for the first time in probably a decade.