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    Well the USA Today posted the 2017 financial data of all D-1 Public Schools.

    http://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/

    SDSU came in 131st out of 230 reporting institutions. We have total revenue of $22 Million, which is an increase from $17.3 Million the previous year. Our ticket sales went up from $2,696,733 in 2016 to $4,614,942 in 2017. I guess most of that came from the football stadium revenue.

    If you just look at FCS schools, the highest ticket sales by institution is:

    1.) NDSU - $5,624,229
    2.) Montana - $5,574,292
    3.) SDSU - $4,614,942
    4.) UND - $4.551.261

    So to have 3 of the top 4 universities in the Summit is very good for the conference. It shows a lot of fan support for these universities.

    Now we get to USD. USD had ticket sales of $761,527 in 2017, which is down from $807,258 in 2016.

    So SDSU's ticket revenue is 6 times larger than USD. 6 TIMES!!! OMG that is pathetic. The Dakota Universities show that the fan support is there if you put a good product on the floor, so why are ticket sales so low at USD. They just got a new basketball facility, but does not seem to be helping their situation. I am sure when Frost in renovated that our ticket sales will increase again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorCalJack View Post
    Well the USA Today posted the 2017 financial data of all D-1 Public Schools.

    http://sports.usatoday.com/ncaa/finances/

    SDSU came in 131st out of 230 reporting institutions. We have total revenue of $22 Million, which is an increase from $17.3 Million the previous year. Our ticket sales went up from $2,696,733 in 2016 to $4,614,942 in 2017. I guess most of that came from the football stadium revenue.

    If you just look at FCS schools, the highest ticket sales by institution is:

    1.) NDSU - $5,624,229
    2.) Montana - $5,574,292
    3.) SDSU - $4,614,942
    4.) UND - $4.551.261

    So to have 3 of the top 4 universities in the Summit is very good for the conference. It shows a lot of fan support for these universities.

    Now we get to USD. USD had ticket sales of $761,527 in 2017, which is down from $807,258 in 2016.

    So SDSU's ticket revenue is 6 times larger than USD. 6 TIMES!!! OMG that is pathetic. The Dakota Universities show that the fan support is there if you put a good product on the floor, so why are ticket sales so low at USD. They just got a new basketball facility, but does not seem to be helping their situation. I am sure when Frost in renovated that our ticket sales will increase again.
    Think what it could have been if anyone showed up for playoff football.

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    Bang for the buck is unbelievable! Deep into the Football Playoffs and both basketball teams to the NCAA tourney! Go Jacks (and btw, show up for the football playoffs) !! Hats off to the athletic dept, Mr Sell and his group!

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    Y'all should go compare subsidy %'s in the Valley....

    NDSU is the only one under 30.
    SDSU is the only one under 40.
    UNI is the only one under 50.

    The rest are not good. (USeD is @ 62%! UND @ 46% [currently not MVFC, so technically correct, which everyone knows is the best kind of correct])

    Seems that the XDSUs are doing it the right way - having the fans support the Universities with $$$$. Not on the backs of students like JMU (JMU's students pay 37M or $10M than NDSU's total budget) or UND.

    Anyone remember the **** the UxeD's threw out when we said we were going D1/FCS? They are the ones that a failing just like the claimed we would, it's almost perfect. The only way it could be better is if they had to close their schools or drop back to D2.
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    And guaranteed not 1 story about the discrepancy will be in any of the state’s largest news outlets.
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    Would love to see Augie’s #’s

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    Quote Originally Posted by UWMandSDSU View Post
    Would love to see Augie’s #’s
    Ask and you shall receive. Here is Augie's financials in a different format from one year earlier but still gives you an idea. Total budget is about $9M. Western was about $12.5 with football. ORU about $13 without football.


    https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/institution/details

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    Just checked Lindenwood's (still hear local talk about them transitioning) budget and it's $18 million without their life style sports but mixing in the small NAIA operation in Belleville. Do I think they could go D1 without a big cash infusion, no way. My assumption is that private schools have to spend much more than state schools cause they're showing the rack rate on high cost tuition--no? Augie would have to more than double that $9 million.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzled_Jack View Post
    Just checked Lindenwood's (still hear local talk about them transitioning) budget and it's $18 million without their life style sports but mixing in the small NAIA operation in Belleville. Do I think they could go D1 without a big cash infusion, no way. My assumption is that private schools have to spend much more than state schools cause they're showing the rack rate on high cost tuition--no? Augie would have to more than double that $9 million.
    What does Augie bring in terms of revenue from attendance and concessions?

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    The data source, Equity in Athletics, where i found the Augie info does not report ticket income. As to public versus private cost to cover scholarships, the difference is not as great as expected. i compared Creighton and Wichita State which have similar student athlete participant numbers. Athletic student aid was $3.7M at Wichita State and $4.4M at Creighton.

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