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💰 Ranking the richest and poorest SEC football programs
« on: August 02, 2017, 06:08:27 am »

Here is where each school's football program ranks in revenue based off its 2015-16 U.S. Department of Education athletic filings.

 No. 14 Vanderbilt: $26.78 million
Itís no surprise to see Vanderbilt football in last place

 No. 13 Missouri: $30.35 million
Missouri falls three spots in this yearís football revenue rankings.

No. 12 Mississippi State: $35.47 million
Stateís football revenue continues to improve but itíll likely always be in the latter-half

No. 11 Kentucky: $39.71 million
Kentuckyís football program revenue continues to grow

No. 10 Ole Miss: $56.82 million
Ole Miss capitalized on a Sugar Bowl win over Oklahoma State to keep its football revenue growing. The Rebels could fall a bit in future rankings

No. 8 Arkansas: $68.97 million
Arkansas showed slight growth over its 2014-15 revenue numbers as the Razorbacks settled in to the Bret Bielema era.

No. 1 Tennessee: $107.1 million
Not only are the Volunteers the Champions of Life, but the clear football revenue winners based on the most recent data. Tennessee had both the most revenue ($107.1 million) and most profits ($78.9 million)
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