I have deleted my original response to your post. I've concluded that I was most likely wrong in thinking your intended to suggest anything more than Tiger Athletic Department annual revenues have increased by just over 50% since the SEC move. That increase is certainly substantial. However, it should also be noted Tiger Athletic Department annual expenses have increased by essentially the same or an even greater amount. The most recent figures indicate about 98 million in revenue and 102 million in expenses. It should also be noted that the Department has incurred substantial debt since the move. First, the move required the forfeiture of the last Big XII conference distribution. That generated approximately a 16 million dollar deficit for the Department for that year. The University covered that loss. An agreement, the terms of which have never been made public to my knowledge, was reportedly reached between the Athletic Department and the University for the Athletic Department to repay the University over time. Secondly, approximately 52 million of debt was incurred for the East Stands renovation project in the form of long term bonds. Thirdly, an additional approximately 50 million of debt in the form of long term bonds will be incurred for the South End Zone project. The thought that comes to mind is the SEC move is like a move from Scottsdale to San Francisco. One's salary is doubled, but one's expenses are tripled.