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Forbes recently released their rankings for the most valuable teams in College Football and LSU came in at No. 9 with $112 million in revenue and $56 million in profit.

Texas A&M was ranked No. 1 on the list ahead of Texas and Michigan.

LSU was the fourth highest SEC team behind the Aggies, Alabama, and Auburn.

Top 10:
1. Texas A&M Aggies // SEC // Rev. $148 mil // Prof. $107 mil
2. Texas Longhorns // Big 12 // Rev. $133 mil // Prof. $87 mil
3. Michigan Wolverines // Big Ten // Rev. $127 mil // Prof. $75 mil
4. Alabama Crimson Tide // SEC // Rev. $127 mil // Prof. $59 mil
5. Ohio State Buckeyes // Big Ten // Rev. $120 mil // Prof. $69 mil
6. Oklahoma Sooners // Big 12 // Rev. $118 mil // Prof. $72 mil
7. Notre Dame Fighting Irish // Ind. // Rev. $112 mil // Prof. $72 mil
8 Auburn Tigers // SEC // Rev. $112 mil // Prof. $61 mil
9. LSU Tigers // SEC // Rev. $112 mil // Prof. $56 mil
10. Florida Gators // SEC // Rev. $111 mil // Prof. $67 mil
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18 Comments
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JackieTreehorn69 months
We comin
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DthVllyDud69 months
Parking fees...
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shotcaller169 months
Does Lsu even have the 9th best team in louisiana
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randybobandy69 months
A%M #1 ? No Way. That's a lot of khaki pushups. Ohio, Michigan, Bama and ND probably all Trump LSU, but Texas has seen better days.
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Old69 months
NO AMOUNT OF MONEY MAKES THEFT ACCEPTABLE . SEC CONF STINKS
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Stingray69 months
Top ten program, top fifty coaching search.
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NC_Tigah69 months
We are down from #4. SMH.
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NC_Tigah69 months
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Vastmind69 months
It was number one in 2012
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BananaHammock69 months
And have a head coach no other team wants. Hmmm.
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JackieTreehorn69 months
The cultists at A&M do amazing things for not having an NC in 100 years
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wesman2169 months
I'm surprised that Florida isn't higher and that Auburn isn't behind us! frick Auburn.
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Lebowski69 months
But we shite our pants about buyouts. And therefore stick with bad coaching hires
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ByUselves69 months
I guess basically the same revenue would mean a school having said revenue in the 110 to 115 million. Now do you understand TF5803-07-19
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ByUselves69 months
I'm wondering why LSU's profit margin isn't as large as other schools with basically the same amount of revenue? Can anyone spell "Louisiana Politics"?
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KillTheGophers69 months
Because that debt load that runs through TAF is staggering
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tigerfan580369 months
LSU had 56m profit margin on 112m in revenue or 50% profit margin Bama had 59m profit margin on 128m in revenue or 46% profit margin LSU makes more per dollar than a school that has won 5 National Championships recently....
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Mr.Perfect69 months
But we can't afford to pay for a coach like Jimbo.
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