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    Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Division I Teams - By Men's Basketball Expenses (2012) - Basketball State

    Here are the Top 25 national men's basketball budgets (expenses)

    Top 25 National Basketball Budgets
    1. Duke - $15,901,099
    2. Louisville - $15,489,954
    3. Kentucky - $15,119,088
    4. Syracuse - $14,214,993
    5. Oklahoma State - $13,745,832
    6. Kansas - $12,740,720

    7. Georgetown - $10,015,207
    8. Marquette - $9,941,583
    9. Michigan State - $9,837,886
    10. Indiana - $9,264,09111. Connecticut - $8,633,474
    12. Texas - $8,603,853
    13. Florida - $8,474,783
    14. Nebraska - $8,361,686
    15. Arkansas - $8,041,317
    16. Arizona - $7,959,652
    17. Auburn - $7,588,390
    18. Memphis - $7,515,987
    19. Pittsburgh - $7,344,213
    20. South Carolina - $7,302,405
    21. St. John's - $7,289,171
    22. UCLA - $7,216,738
    23. Baylor - $7,183,035
    24. North Carolina - $7,157,618
    25. Wisconsin - $6,839,111


    Big 12 Rankings (with national rank in parentheses)
    1. Oklahoma State - $13,745,832 (5)
    2. Kansas - $12,740,720 (6)3. Texas - $8,603,853 (12)
    4. Baylor - $7,183,035 (23)
    5. Oklahoma - $6,813,149 (26)
    6. Texas Christian - $6,020,481 (41)
    7. Iowa State - $4,402,362 (76)
    8. West Virginia - $4,350,983 (78)
    9. Kansas State - $4,347,318 (79)
    10. Texas Tech - $4,205,448 (80)



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    I didn't see an option for it, but it would be interesting add a MBB revenue column to that table. Unfortunately, the EADA site is down because of the Federal government shutdown, but the revenue numbers can be found there.


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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    How is TCU's budget 1.5 mill more than ours? They are definitely not getting their money's worth.


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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    OSU more than KU? Didn't see that coming.



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Good stuff. Thanks for sharing.



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Iowa at $6,243,668?? They spend $1.8 million more than us for the NIT??



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Agclone91 View Post
    OSU more than KU? Didn't see that coming.
    The advantage of having a T. Boone Pickens in your corner. Damn, I wish ISU had a sugar daddy like that!



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Top 3 as much as the last 7. Shows you don't always gat what you pay for and money doesn't buy fan loyalty.



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by im4cyclones View Post
    Iowa at $6,243,668?? They spend $1.8 million more than us for the NIT??
    They did play for a national title you know


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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by 3rdGenStater View Post
    The advantage of having a T. Boone Pickens in your corner. Damn, I wish ISU had a sugar daddy like that!
    I havent won the lottery yet...


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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    What do you even spend $15,000,000 on if you are a basketball team? That's over a million dollars per player!



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    What do you even spend $15,000,000 on if you are a basketball team? That's over a million dollars per player!
    Exactly



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Quote Originally Posted by Judoka View Post
    What do you even spend $15,000,000 on if you are a basketball team? That's over a million dollars per player!
    I think this is self-explanatory.



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    Re: Top 25 and Big 12 Basketball Budgets

    Nebraska not getting much return on their 8M. Although I'm guessing their new arena is playing into that number.



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