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Forbes recently released their list of College Football’s Most Valuable Teams and LSU came in at No. 11 on the list.

11. LSU
• Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $114M
• Three-Year Avg. Profit: $73M

Here's the complete Top-10:
1. Texas A&M
2. Texas
3. Michigan
4. Alabama
5. Ohio State
6. Oklahoma
7. Georgia
8. Notre Dame
9. Florida
10. Auburn

You can see the full Forbes article here.
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13 Comments
But the SEC rant told me LSU was about to go bankrupt and we’d probably have to cancel football season
Reply25 months
You do understand that the school itself is in fact strapped for cash even while the value of the football team flourishes? These two things are not mutually exclusive
25 months
You do understand that the school itself is in fact strapped for cash even while the value of the football team flourishes? These two things are not mutually exclusive
25 months
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"You do understand that the school itself is in fact strapped for cash" Boo hoo, who isn't strapped for cash. The admin has to stick to a budget just like the rest of us.
25 months
yeah, LSU either 7th or 8th in profit
Reply25 months
Id rather say we are #7 after what I know about business. "Revenue is the total amount of income generated by the sale of goods or services related to the company's primary operations. Profit is the amount of income that remains after accounting for all expenses, debts, additional income streams, and operating costs."
Reply25 months
if i am calculating correctly, the TIGAHZ know how to run a bitness. looks like we have the #1 profit margin with a juicy 64% !!
Reply25 months
I guess so. Aramark hits you for a 12 dollar hot dog knowing there out of mustard
25 months
We comin’
Reply25 months
ooh, them longhorns won't like that.
Reply25 months
Good
25 months
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