Which Big 12 programs are most profitable?

March, 22, 2012
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The Business of College Sports broke down the finances (courtesy of the Department of Education) of each Big 12 athletic department, looking at the total revenue, expenses and profit for each school.

Here's how the schools ranked for the 2010-11 school year.

PROFIT
  • 1. Texas: $24,317,815
  • 2. Kansas State: $23,395,408
  • 3. Oklahoma State: $14,365,376
  • 4. Oklahoma: $8,064,477
  • 5. Texas A&M: $3,224,429
  • 6. Texas Tech: $3,124,246
  • 7. Missouri: $143,588
  • 8. Iowa State: $121,686
  • 9. Baylor: $0
  • 10. Kansas: $0
TOTAL REVENUE
  • 1. Texas: $150,295,932
  • 2. Oklahoma: $104,338,843
  • 3. Texas A&M: $74,944,301
  • 4. Oklahoma State: $70,123,206
  • 5. Kansas: $70,028,683
  • 6. Kansas State $68,875,266
  • 7. Baylor: $59,859,235
  • 8. Missouri: $59,005,954
  • 9. Texas Tech: $51,190,970
  • 10. Iowa State: $48,574,989
EXPENSES
  • 1. Texas: $125,978,117
  • 2. Oklahoma: $96,274,366
  • 3. Texas A&M: $71,719,872
  • 4. Kansas: $70,028,683
  • 5. Baylor: $59,859,235
  • 6. Missouri: $58,862,366
  • 7. Oklahoma State: $55,757,830
  • 8. Iowa State: $48,453,303
  • 9. Texas Tech: $48,066,724
  • 10. Kansas State: $45,479,858

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