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    USA Today athletic budget database

    USA Today released their updated NCAA athletic budget database this morning.
    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/colle...ools/finances/

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    Should have guessed it I suppose, but shocked at the number of non-FBS schools spending more, in some cases much more, than us.

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    We do OK in generating funds (still needs to be better). The other teams just destroy us in student fees.

    Here's the CUSA list of self-generated funds:

    1. North Texas: 18 Million
    2. Southern Miss: 14 Million
    3. Marshall: 13 Million
    4. UTEP: 12 Million
    5. La Tech: 9 Million
    6. ODU: 8 Million
    6. UAB: 8 Million
    8. MTSU: 7 Million
    8. WKU: 7 Million
    8. UTSA: 7 Million
    11. FIU: 6 Million
    11. FAU: 6 Million
    13. UNCC: 2 Million

    Rice is private, so not listed.

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    I would think that our travel expenses will go down but those funds will be directed elsewhere for next year. Also our conference payout will go up being in CUSA but will probably be eaten up by entrance fees. TV should also be up for next year. Conversely, ull should have a significant increase in travel costs.
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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    Quote Originally Posted by T1 View Post
    We do OK in generating funds (still needs to be better). The other teams just destroy us in student fees.

    Here's the CUSA list of self-generated funds:

    1. North Texas: 18 Million
    2. Southern Miss: 14 Million
    3. Marshall: 13 Million
    4. UTEP: 12 Million
    5. La Tech: 9 Million
    6. ODU: 8 Million
    6. UAB: 8 Million
    8. MTSU: 7 Million
    8. WKU: 7 Million
    8. UTSA: 7 Million
    11. FIU: 6 Million
    11. FAU: 6 Million
    13. UNCC: 2 Million

    Rice is private, so not listed.
    That number is not correct for North Texas. UNT had just over $19 million in total revenues, and half came from student fees.

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    I'm no whiz at determining the athletic budgets and how they work, but I'm impressed most by how ULM's revenues (Mainly their contributions) DECREASED during their only bowl year to date.

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg06 View Post
    That number is not correct for North Texas. UNT had just over $19 million in total revenues, and half came from student fees.
    Oops. I was looking at their expenses. Here's the corrected CUSA list:

    1. Marshall: 14.7 million
    2. USM: 13.7 million
    3. UTEP: 12.3 million
    4. UNT: 9.6 million
    5. UAB: 9.4 million
    6. FAU: 9.3 million
    7. ODU: 9.2 million
    8. La Tech: 9.1 million
    9. UTSA: 8.7 million
    10. WKU: 8 million
    11. MTSU: 7.4 million
    12. FIU: 4.2 million
    13. Charlotte: 2.3 million

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    As we've tried to explain to various trolls for years, you've got to be really careful with these kinds of simplistic numbers.

    http://www.teamspeedkills.com/2013/5...database-2012#

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    This guy acknowledges that while they all use different accounting techniques, they all accomplish the same basic thing: Spending every new dime they bring in.

    http://www.thebiglead.com/index.php/...sh-facilities/

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    Quote Originally Posted by inudesu View Post
    As we've tried to explain to various trolls for years, you've got to be really careful with these kinds of simplistic numbers.

    Needs to be a standardized accounting formula for reporting athletic revenues and expendatures.

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    Re: USA Today athletic budget database

    Quote Originally Posted by hookdown View Post
    Needs to be a standardized accounting formula for reporting athletic revenues and expendatures.
    This is as standardized as it going to get using the current NCAA methodology and definitions. Only EE doesn't agree with how a university's subsidy includes student fee revenues.

    And these are 2011-2012 figures from the AUP reports that were due January 15, so this is not for a ULM bowl year.

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