The Pac-12 released its tax filings today and USC received:$21,312,031, which is a gross amount and not net figure. That’s a good amount for fiscal year 2014 but the Pac-12 schools are expected to fall behind the Big Ten and SEC in future years.
Besides parking, another question I had is USC’s control over the property or soccer stadium. Here is general counsel Todd Dickey’s response:
“USC will be subleasing the land to LAFC and we will maintain control of the land only as the landlord to ensure that the terms of our lease with the Coliseum Commission are followed.”
USC is ranked No. 6 in Athlon’s preseason football magazine poll.