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Just curious on the expenses shown here. If I see correctly on their website they have 18 sports? Ohio State is 14M behind in expenses with 37. Did they just do a new facility upgrade or do they have costs associated with the Long Horn Network? Obviously they are getting the revenue as well, but this was just interesting to me?
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Overpriced coaches for one. No way is Mack worth $5 million a year.
I didn't realize you could click on the teams. They pay their coaches an ungodly amount of money and that is the big difference. 53.5M for coaches of 18 teams?
Keeping matthew mcconaughey tan and flying him to the big games is probably fairly costly
That's absolutely insane.
They are Quidditch national champs tho
Well they've been paying him over $680,000 a win the last 3 years so yeah, I'd say thats overpriced.
Schools count different things in expenses. Texas Athletics funnels a lot of money back to the academic programs. All of this is included in expenses. Of course when you bring in $163 million, you can do anything you want. The SEC schools could funnel money to their academic programs too, but why throw good money after bad?
Link please and here is one for LSU you arrogant prick
In what LSU officials are calling a one-of-a-kind arrangement, the Tigers’ Athletic Department may make it a formality to subsidize the mai
One of Tennessee's big issues in their debt struggles is a binding agreement to give $7 Million to the University General Fund at the start of each fiscal year out of their athletic budget.
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Here's a decent article that explains it pretty well. But why question Texas?
School's income of more than $150 million, expenses of nearly $134 million underscore criticism of NCAA sports as business activity.
Because you pull in the most money and somehow suck at every sport, except quidditch
Hey, don't kick the hornets' nest. We are all better off by the fact they waste much of their money. Imagine if they spent it wisely?
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Hey, just remember. We aren't looking to come down to where you skulk about. We are all about helping you pull yourself up!
"I've always felt like, in America, you don't pull everybody down to the one who can't get there," Brown says. "You pull everybody up to the ones who have."
The one, for now, is Texas.
Kicked your school's arse 65% of the time. We won the first, the most, and the last! And that's just in football. Wanna talk baseball? Basketball? Quidditch? Your school isn't too far behind us in revenue, thanks to riding our coattails for the last 100 years. Maybe if your BOR spent their money more wisely you'd have something more than some horse riding trophy to show for it.
Are you talking about buying players like certain other schools? No thanks, we'd rather spent our money on giant scoreboards. You should see it - it's pretty cool!
You should email this to mack brown so he can use it as a new recruiting pitch. It couldn't fail.
Don't think he needs my help. He's already a pretty good recruiter.
Meanwhile Texas gets its 10th decommit in the past year today.
Shame he doesn't do anything with the talent though.....
Give me a break! Were you guys born in 2010? Why don't you go try to pick on your own teams, because whatever team that is, I'm sure Texas has a better record - unless you were born in 2010.
Leave us alone!!!
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