OHIO STATE’S ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CROSSES THE $200 MILLION MARK IN OPERATING REVENUE

The Daily Caller | 1/1/2019 | Staff
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Ohio State’s athletic department has joined some rarified air.

Everybody knows that money rules college sports, and Ohio State is now only one of three schools in America that has an operating revenue north of $200 million.

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USA Today reported the following Wednesday:

The Ohio State and Texas A&M athletics programs each had more than $200 million in operating revenue during their 2018 fiscal years, their new financial reports to the NCAA show.

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Ohio State also crossed $200 million in operating expenses, joining Texas in exceeding that figure on both sides of its ledger for 2018 and continuing what have been huge increases in its budget. This is the first time three public schools have exceeded $200 million in operating revenue in a...
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