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CU's 2010 financial report for the athletic department


I saw this posted somewhere and found it pretty interesting (well... I was an economics major)

https://www.nmnathletics.com/pdf8/724679.pdf

We've certainly talked here about issues like the number of scholarships for men's teams vs. women's teams and how important it is for CU to have a good football team (and to do what it takes financially to make that a reality) since none of our other teams make any money.


Here are some numbers from it:

Total revenues by team:

Football: 26,223,929

Men's basketball: 3,587,371

Women's basketball: 387,692

Everyone else: a lot less

 

Total revenues for teams minus total expenses for teams:

Men's teams: 11,801,530

Women's teams: -6,996,251  (no, this isn't meant to be a sexist post, and I'm sure numbers like this are pretty similar with most schools other than rare cases like UCONN, but wow)

 

And the bottom line:

The department made 930,604 in 2010

Not bad all things considered, Bohn has done a pretty good job with the budget it seems.

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