Pac-12 not in the money

December, 7, 2012
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The Pac-12 had two top-10 teams and two more in the top-17 of the final regular season BCS rankings, but it's not close to the top ten in terms of athletic department revenue in 2011-12, according to a story in the Birmingham News, which listed figures from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Postsecondary Education.

Stanford ranked first in the Pac-12 in revenue with $89.1 million, but it was 16th in the nation. Texas was No. 1 with $163.3 million.

Eleven teams made more than $100 million: Five from the SEC, four from the Big Ten and two from the Big 12.

Oregon State faces Texas in the Valero Alamo Bowl. It made $53.8 million -- less than a third of the Longhorns take -- which ranked 10th in the Pac-12 and 62nd in the nation.

Utah made the least in the Pac-12, ranking 66th in the nation at $46.2 million.

Here's how the Pac-12 stacks up (Number on left is national ranking):
16. Stanford, $89.1 million
21. USC, $84.1
23. Washington, $82.6
33. Arizona, $76.0
34. Oregon, $73.9
37. California, $71.2
38. UCLA, $70.7
47. Arizona State, $63.8
57. Colorado, $57.1
62. Oregon State, $53.8
65. Washington State, $48.0
66. Utah, $46.2

Ted Miller | email

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