FCS Revenue

FCS Revenue

Postby SAM1014 » Thu Mar 26, 2020 6:51 pm

1. James Madison — $10.7 million
2. Montana State — $8.7 million
3. Montana — $8.6 million
4. Delaware — $8.3 million
5. Fordham — $7.6 million
6. Furman — $7.4 million
7. William & Mary — $7.1 million
8. Richmond — $7 million
9. Lafayette — $6.8 million
10. Villanova — $6.76 million
11. Colgate — $6.74 million
12. Eastern Washington — $6.73 million
13. Alabama A&M — $6.5 million
14. Bucknell — $6.2 million
15. North Dakota State — $6.048 million
16. Elon — $6.043 million
17. Lehigh — $5.97 million
18. Samford — $5.94 million
19. UC Davis — $5.75 million
20. The Citadel — $5.73 million
21. North Carolina A&T — $5.61 million
22. Holy Cross — $5.6 million
23. Wofford — $5.53 million
24. Sacramento State — $5.52 million
25. Idaho — $5.52 million

Will we fall from this list if we continue to suck in the two major sports?

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Re: FCS Revenue

Postby Smurf » Thu Mar 26, 2020 7:17 pm

NDSU at $6MM and SU at $5.9MM? Really?
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Re: FCS Revenue

Postby 77SU » Thu Mar 26, 2020 8:16 pm

AAMU at #13 with $6.5M? Where is that money going? Every time you hear about their athletic programs, they always talk about not having the funding for a program to succeed.
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