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Fell from 2, but still not to shabby.
The University of Texas football program in 2011-12 generated the most revenue and highest profit among all programs, but the rest of the top 10 saw s
It's only going to get worse for the 2012 - 13 football season.
We had 1 more home game in 10-11 than in 11-12. I'm not sure how much money each home game brings in, but I'm guessing that contributed to the drop off somewhat.
"We have a culture of integrity. That's not new at Penn State and that's not going to get old at Penn State."
I remember reading somewhere that each home game brings in a cool 10 million each, but that seems off at this point.
Does anyone know for sure?
Think its closer to 5
Glass half full guy?
$4.5M in ticket revenue alone (as the article states).
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by NotoriousGMan 16 months ago
This makes up for the majority of the decrease (6.5 million total). Not sure how much we get from merch/food/drink sales but it's probably significant.
This post was edited by PSU17 16 months ago
It is pretty much ALL of the decrease. However, it would be interesting to see how these numbers are derived. Like, what Paterno's final pay included (seems likely)? I think there were a bunch of one-time expenses associated with last year.
Absolutely. I honestly was a little surprised we didn't decrease more than we did, which I'm very happy about.
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