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    Football Recruiting Budgets

    ISU's recruiting budget compared to other schools.

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    Edit: You can copy the table into Excel and sort the numbers if you want


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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Interesting. Can anyone explain why Tennessee is spending 3x as much as most schools??


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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by legi View Post
    ISU's recruiting budget compared to other schools.

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    I'm kind of shocked Alabama and Texas have to spend so much money, but I suppose they really roll out the red carpet for their recruits.

    And Tennessee? What in the world either they are the only ones being honest on these forms or their recruits are getting some extra perks.



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by RayShimley View Post
    Interesting. Can anyone explain why Tennessee is spending 3x as much as the most schools??
    Because Tennessee is good.....oh wait they were in last place last year. Also we spend more than Iowa?



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by RayShimley View Post
    Interesting. Can anyone explain why Tennessee is spending 3x as much as the most schools??
    Someone in Accounting must have slipped up and put "bribes and player salaries" under "recruiting costs".



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    Because Tennessee is good.....oh wait they were in last place last year. Also we spend more than Iowa?
    Iowa gets a lot of their recruits from Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and more regional states. we have to cast our net wider to find the players, usuallly getting a few from California, Florida being huge, and Texas not exactly being close either. This all costs more. I am glad we are spending more money.



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by RayShimley View Post
    Interesting. Can anyone explain why Tennessee is spending 3x as much as most schools??
    Frankly, I'm surprised that that average isn't right around $1M.


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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    Because Tennessee is good.....oh wait they were in last place last year. Also we spend more than Iowa?
    I'm surprised Iowa has to spend any money on recruiting.



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    wish you could sort their data


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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by brett108 View Post
    Iowa gets a lot of their recruits from Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, and more regional states. we have to cast our net wider to find the players, usuallly getting a few from California, Florida being huge, and Texas not exactly being close either. This all costs more. I am glad we are spending more money.
    yep. The more national your recruiting strategy the higher your recruiting budget.



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman38 View Post
    wish you could sort their data
    You can copy the table into Excel and sort the numbers that way.



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman38 View Post
    wish you could sort their data
    If it's a sorted list you want:



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Ga Tech increased their spending from '10 to '11 by 371k, or a 72.7% increase. UVa had the largest increase of BCS schools at 79.8%.

    Also, Texas increased their spending by 75%. About time those guys took recruiting seriously. (no jimlad needed I hope)



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by LegendofRodA View Post
    Someone in Accounting must have slipped up and put "bribes and player salaries" under "recruiting costs".
    As accountant I resent that comment. I thought everyone knew you always put player salaries in the tutoring and educational expenses bucket.



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    Re: Football Recruiting Budgets

    I am kind of curious of ND and USC's budget. Recruiting at Hawaii must be pretty difficult at only about $130k a year.



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