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College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« on: December 30, 2017, 01:17:28 pm »


ACC

$54 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Clemson's berth in the semifinals

$27.5 million for Miami's berth in the Orange Bowl (pursuant to a contract between the ACC and the Orange Bowl)

Total: $87.5 million

Big 12

$54 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Oklahoma's berth in the semifinals

Total: $60 million

Big Ten

$54 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$4 million for Ohio State's berth in the Cotton Bowl

$4 million for Penn State's berth in the Fiesta Bowl

$27.5 million for Wisconsin's berth in the Orange Bowl (pursuant to the Orange Bowl's contract, which places the highest ranked SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame team which isn't in the playoff against the highest-ranked ACC team not in the playoff)
Total: $89.5 million

Pac-12

$54 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$4 million for USC's berth in the Cotton Bowl

$4 million for Washington's berth in the Fiesta Bowl

Total: $62 million

SEC

$54 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Alabama's berth in seminfinals

$6 million for Georgia's berth in the semifinals

$4 million for Auburn's berth in the Peach Bowl

Total: $70 million

Note on the SEC's revenue distribution model: For bowl games with receipts of $4,000,000 – $5,999,999, the participating team retains $1.5 million, plus a travel allowance determined by SEC. For bowl games with receipts of $6 million or more (including all College Football Playoff games), the participating team receives $2.025 million, plus a travel allowance determined by the SEC. If an SEC team makes it to the championship game, it receives another $2.125 million, plus travel allowance.

American Athletic Conference

$4 million for UCF's berth in the Peach Bowl

Group of 5

$81.32 million collective pool
The so-called "Group of 5" (the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference and Sun Belt Conference) divide their pool each year pursuant to an agreement and formula devised by those conferences. Although that formula has not been formally disclosed to the public, reports have the majority shared equally, with a small portion set aside to be distributed based on performance.
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2017, 01:18:28 pm »

Notre Dame

Notre Dame receives $2.65 million as a base amount, regardless of whether the Fighting Irish play in a bowl associated with the College Football Playoff.

Independents

The other three independents (Army, BYU and Massachusetts) share a collective pool of $928,503.

FCS

FCS conferences that provide the full NCAA-allowable complement of scholarships receive $2.53 million as a collective pool, which includes the Big Sky, Big South, Colonial, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Ohio Valley, Southern, Southland, and SWAC.

Those FCS conferences received a similar amount during the BCS era.
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #2 on: December 30, 2017, 08:38:14 pm »

That is a crazy amount of money!
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #3 on: December 30, 2017, 08:56:52 pm »

Why does the Orange Bowl pay so much more than everyone else?
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #4 on: December 30, 2017, 09:03:42 pm »

Why does the Orange Bowl pay so much more than everyone else?

Good question. The stadium is half full.
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #5 on: December 30, 2017, 09:06:17 pm »

Looks like the payouts are down quite a bit from last year:

"College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference For 2016-17"

ACC

$55 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Clemson's berth in the Fiesta Bowl

$27.5 million for FSU's berth in the Orange Bowl (pursuant to a contract between the ACC and the Orange Bowl)

Total: $88.5 million

Big 12

$55 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$40 million for Oklahoma's berth in the Sugar Bowl (pursuant to a contract between the Big 12 and the Sugar Bowl)

Total: $95 million

Big Ten

$55 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Ohio State's berth in the Fiesta Bowl

$4 million for Wisconsin's berth in the Cotton Bowl

$40 million for Penn State's berth in the Rose Bowl (pursuant to a contract between the Big Ten and the Rose Bowl)

$27.5 million for Michigan's berth in the Orange Bowl (pursuant to the Orange Bowl's contract, which places the highest ranked SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame team which isn't in the playoff against the highest-ranked ACC team not in the playoff)

Total: $132.5 million

Pac-12

$55 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Washington's berth in the Peach Bowl

$40 million for USC's berth in the Rose Bowl (pursuant to a contract between the Pac-12 and the Rose Bowl)

Total: $101 million

SEC

$55 million base payout (which includes $300,000 for each team which meets the NCAA's APR for participation in a post-season football game)

$6 million for Alabama's berth in the Peach Bowl

$40 million for Auburn's berth in the Sugar Bowl (pursuant to a contract between the SEC and the Sugar Bowl)

Total: $101 million

Note on the SEC's revenue distribution model: For bowl games with receipts of $4,000,000 – $5,999,999, the participating team retains $1.475 million, plus a travel allowance determined by SEC. For bowl games with receipts of $6 million or more, the participating team receives $2 million, plus a travel allowance determined by the SEC. If an SEC team makes it to the championship game, it receives another $2.1 million, plus travel allowance.

MAC

$4 million for Western Michigan's berth in the Cotton Bowl

Group of 5

$83.5 million collective pool

The so-called "Group of 5" (the American Athletic Conference, Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference and Sun Belt Conference) divide their pool each year pursuant to an agreement and formula devised by those conferences. Although that formula has not been formally disclosed to the public, reports have the majority shared equally, with a small portion set aside to be distributed based on performance.



Notre Dame

Notre Dame receives $2.83 million as a base amount. And yes - that's a guaranteed amount that doesn't require the Fighting Irish to play in a bowl associated with the College Football Playoff in order to collect.

Independents

The other three independents (Army, BYU and Massachusetts) share a collective pool of $930,462.

FCS

FCS conferences that provide the full NCAA-allowable complement of scholarships receive $2.43 million as a collective pool, which includes the Big Sky, Big South, Colonial, Mid-Eastern, Missouri Valley, Ohio Valley, Southern, Southland, and SWAC.

Those FCS conferences received a similar amount during the BCS era.
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #6 on: December 30, 2017, 09:15:09 pm »

This is how much the amounts went down this year:

ACC:

$88.5 million last year
$87.5 million this year

Big 12:

$95 million last year
$60 million this year

Big Ten:

$132.5 million last year (!!)
$89.5 million this year

Pac-12:

$101 million last year
$62 million this year

SEC:

$101 million last year
$70 million this year

Group of 5:

MAC: $4 million last year
AAC: $4 million this year

$83.5 million collective pool last year
$81.32 million collective pool this year

Notre Dame:
$2.83 million base amount last year
$2.65 million base amount this year

Independents:
$930,462 last year
$928,503 this year
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #7 on: December 30, 2017, 09:15:42 pm »

What is really interesting is the pay out to the Big 10.
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SIAP: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference
« Reply #8 on: January 02, 2018, 04:26:32 pm »

How in the hell is the best conference, with two teams in the championship game, finish third in payouts by conference? Obviously this impacts all fellow SEC schools, but how did we get screwed on this one?

1. Big Ten $89.5M
2. ACC $87.5M
3. SEC $70M

The Group of 5 made a collective $81.32M. Thought I'd pass the numbers along to everyone.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristidosh/2017/12/30/college-football-playoff-payouts-by-conference-for-2017-2018/2/#4a56e64422b5
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Re: SIAP: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference
« Reply #9 on: January 02, 2018, 04:33:03 pm »

How in the hell is the best conference, with two teams in the championship game, finish third in payouts by conference? Obviously this impacts all fellow SEC schools, but how did we get screwed on this one?

1. Big Ten $89.5M
2. ACC $87.5M
3. SEC $70M

The Group of 5 made a collective $81.32M. Thought I'd pass the numbers along to everyone.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/kristidosh/2017/12/30/college-football-playoff-payouts-by-conference-for-2017-2018/2/#4a56e64422b5

Because of this:


$27.5 million for Wisconsin's berth in the Orange Bowl (payout based on contract average pursuant to the Orange Bowl's contract, which places the highest ranked SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame team which isn't in the playoff against the highest-ranked ACC team not in the playoff)
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Re: College Football Playoff Payouts By Conference for 2017-2018
« Reply #10 on: January 02, 2018, 04:50:50 pm »

Because of this:


$27.5 million for Wisconsin's berth in the Orange Bowl (payout based on contract average pursuant to the Orange Bowl's contract, which places the highest ranked SEC, Big Ten or Notre Dame team which isn't in the playoff against the highest-ranked ACC team not in the playoff)


She miss something (, or.) somewhere?
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