Pac-10 Bucks

Here’s a great chart from the San Jose Mercury News that shows how much revenue Pac-10 schools receive revenue from the conference through three primary sources: football bowl appearances, the NCAA basketball tournament and TV rights.
The first two are split equally, but the appearance-based TV model tilts the total of the cash received toward those on TV the most.
Money from those three sources distributed over the latest two-year period available (the academic years of 2007-08 and 2008-09):

USC $22,904,973
Oregon $18,438,293
UCLA $18,012,614
Oregon State $17,167,040
Washington $16,598,735
California $17,464,382
ASU $16,656,606
Arizona $15,402,227
WSU $14,356,743
Stanford $14,114,638

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  • NOBS

    Something must be wrong. Who would give a $h!t about watching Fucla on any TV?

  • Ghost of Charlie Bucket

    well based on my calculations, Southern Cal will plummet to the bottom of this list based on their multi-year bowl ban and are not entitled to their share of the bowl take!! sugar sweeeeeeeet that the real academic institutions get their due while Southern Cal is forced to stand in the corner for years to come!!

    but don’t despair trOJies, i am confident this harsh but just punishment will help you all in the long run. fortunately, you have the wisdom of wolf as well as The Cadre to help you get through the crippling sanctions!!

  • The Monopoly Is Over Here

    Make money money, make money money. It’s aight, it’s ok, I got chucky bucky’s momma workin the streets for me for SC to make some more money. And boy oh boy can she pull some money…

  • Free_Thinker

    Bucket-of-Sh** — I take it as a compliments that your band of troll idiots like my moniker. The Cadre it is. Just one question. Can UCLA trolls pronounce Cadre.

  • Gnossos

    Dear Buck of S
    …………….Oh……..never mind……what’s the point

  • USC Anteater

    Interesting question: does USC benefit from the bowl appearances pool even though we aren’t allowed to go to one this year? I’m guessing not, and that is part of the financial sanction. Remember NOBS that UCLA also gets paid for TV appearances for basketball. Possibly baseball too since their baseball has been pretty good lately.