USA Today has its 2010 NCAA institutional financial database updated and while the expenses side seems to be incomplete (missing little things like salaries) the revenue side is about what it was last season. Here are the numbers.
One thing that jumps off the page is the amount of contributions nearly doubling from 2009. I imagine that might have something to do with field house fund raising. But that could be kept on a completely different set of books. Maybe Coach Quinn's welcome tour around Buffalo last spring and summer really helped get the money flowing.
|Revenue (in Millions)||2010||2009||Change|
|Direct institutional support||$10,033,178.00||$10,777,452.54||-6.91%|
|Indirect facilities and administrative support||$2,313,716.00||$2,357,255.31||-1.85%|
|NCAA/conference distributions including all tournament revenues||$1,267,380.00||$1,191,147.00||6.40%|
|Royalties, licensing, advertisements and sponsorships||$892,843.00||$856,530.31||4.24%|
|Sports camp revenues||$264,953.00||$318,662.19||-16.85%|
|Program sales, concession, novelty sales, and parking||$172,572.00||$178,592.79||-3.37%|
|3rd Party Compensation and benefits||$170,133.00||$140,649.51||20.96%|
|Endowment and investment income||$98,011.00||$185,124.29||-47.06%|
|Direct state support||$0.00||$0.00||0.00%|
|Broadcast, television, radio, and internet rights||$0.00||$0.00||0.00%|