Two Charts That Show Where the Money Is in College Football

The first chart shows the average revenues per team by conference in 2013:

2013 Avg Football Revenue by Conference

The article in Business Insider, which includes some explanation of the chart, is available at: http://www.businessinsider.com/college-football-revenue-conferences-2014-12.

The second chart shows the payout by conference from the 2014 bowl games and playoffs:

2013 Bowl-Playoff Revenue by Conference

The article in Business Insider, which includes some explanation of the chart, is available at: http://www.businessinsider.com/college-football-playoff-system-payouts-2014-12.

 

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “Two Charts That Show Where the Money Is in College Football

  1. Interesting to see that in the American Conference, where the University Cincinnati is located, that the average revenue spent on football is $15.4 million. Last year, UC subsidized the athletic program with $17 million. Hmmm. That is a pretty ugly picture.

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