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form
Dec 30th, 2009, 09:12 PM
Per the US Dept of Education reports provided by schools... updated annually

This list includes all the Top 75 Final D1 teams plus a few randoms

Report is for operating budgets... excludes scholarships and coaches salaries...


FYI


$232,588 1 Duke University
$205,040 27 U Washington
$200,319 14 Florida
$187,955 31 Arizona State
$185,918 6 Baylor
$179,781 24 LSU
$176,539 9 USC
$175,799 15 Arkansas
$172,977 17 South Carolina
$171,627 11 Clemson
$168,145 5 Notre Dame
$157,018 NR Oklahoma
$156,473 19 Florida State
$156,133 12 UCLA
$155,564 28 Virginia
$154,367 18 Michigan
$153,642 35 Auburn
$151,485 38 Texas A&M University
$148,844 NR Washington State
$141,287 21 Mississippi
$138,245 8 Georgia Tech
$135,614 10 Tennessee
$135,079 4 California
$134,646 32 Texas
$133,857 29 TCU
$132,693 71 Oregon
$132,489 33 Illinois
$131,594 13 Stanford
$128,657 25 Kentucky
$123,624 73 Texas Tech
$121,318 2 Northwestern University
$121,196 37 Ohio State
$119,973 16 Fresno State
$118,520 45 Princeton
$117,923 7 Miami (Florida)
$116,414 67 Marshall
$115,860 3 Univ. of Georgia
$115,617 48 Indiana
$109,666 69 Minnesota
$107,561 70 Miami University (Ohio)
$107,040 56 Nebraska
$106,030 64 BYU
$102,846 NR Purdue
$101,537 NR Arizona
$100,119 34 Boise State
$99,441 20 North Carolina
$99,109 66 Harvard
$98,921 22 Vanderbilt
$97,685 50 Yale
$97,619 55 Mississippi State
$97,389 26 Alabama
$96,578 54 Virginia Tech
$94,431 74 Wichita State
$89,081 NR NC State
$86,638 39 Denver
$85,640 23 SMU
$85,190 NR New Mexico
$85,072 61 Colorado
$80,349 36 Tulsa
$77,791 63 Utah
$77,279 NR Wisconsin
$75,880 42 San Diego State
$69,998 52 South Alabama
$68,321 49 William and Mary
$67,064 NR Iowa
$63,331 NR Michigan State
$58,848 59 Boston University
$58,583 65 Nevada
$57,705 NR UCSB
$57,073 62 Brown
$56,947 40 Wake Forest
$55,793 43 UNLV
$54,311 30 Florida International
$53,736 NR Boston College
$52,880 46 Georgia State
$51,982 47 DePaul
$51,843 75 Misssouri
$51,753 60 Univ. of San Diego
$50,023 72 Furman
$49,700 NR Dartmouth
$47,492 NR LMU
$44,984 NR Cal Poly
$44,163 41 Pepperdine
$41,007 57 UC Irvine
$40,425 58 Sacramento State
$38,932 NR San Jose State
$38,891 NR St Marys
$37,555 NR Penn
$32,960 NR CS Northridge
$31,673 51 Long Beach State
$31,437 NR Pacific
$29,825 NR USF
$28,057 NR UC Davis
$27,516 NR Maryland
$26,086 68 College of Charleston
$26,057 53 Old Dominion
$24,515 44 VCU
$24,134 NR UC Riverside
$20,899 NR CS Fullerton

gouci
Dec 30th, 2009, 09:57 PM
14 of the bottom 19 are California schools. I guess CA schools can get schools from other states to come to sunny CA and play.

The deep pockets that seems out of place are BCS and ACC school Maryland plus Ivy Leaguer Penn.

Did UCSB fail to report?

I'm surprised that Texas and their $120 million athletic revenue isn't in the top 20. :eek:

How much will Long Beach St.'s sight seeing trip to Washington D.C. move them up the list for next season? :lol:

form
Dec 31st, 2009, 12:16 AM
Sorry, somehow UCSB got jetisoned when I sorted... have now added back in above...they are $57K.. # 1 in Big West

LB... adds maybe $3K total (since the trip only replaces another trip so only airfare is more) ... actually cheaper than UCI, UCSB and CSUN's recent long weekend vacations to Hawaii the past two seasons. :haha:

Maybe you can explain how such an annually low budget has won 6 years in a row? :bowdown:

I hear LB is making another 'sight seeing' trip as you call them in 2011.... including DePaul and Notre Dame. Jealous? :smooch:

gouci
Dec 31st, 2009, 03:38 AM
LB... adds maybe $3K total (since the trip only replaces another trip so only airfare is more) ... actually cheaper than UCI, UCSB and CSUN's recent long weekend vacations to Hawaii the past two seasons. :haha:

Maybe you can explain how such an annually low budget has won 6 years in a row? :bowdown:

I hear LB is making another 'sight seeing' trip as you call them in 2011.... including DePaul and Notre Dame. Jealous? :smooch:
I recall Hawaii playing at Northridge 3 of the last 4 years. Maybe you're confusing CSUN with Cal Poly who played at Hawaii last season? :o

I don't know about UCSB and Cal Poly but UCI stayed in Hawaii for a whole week and not just a weekend. :drool:
It helps when you have players from Hawaii that can house the team. ;)

I'm glad not jealousy with LBS representing the Big West on East Coast trips. :cheer:

I just called the D.C. trip as sightseeing since the 49ers don't have to worry about the tennis part which is just a walk in the Lincoln Park. I guess what they say about Washington D.C. being visited by foreign tourists more than American tourists is true. :lol:

RobertCB
Dec 31st, 2009, 05:30 AM
I guess what they say about Washington D.C. being visited by foreign tourists more than American tourists is true.

Had to come out of the woodworks and say that was pretty darn funny :lol:.

form
Dec 31st, 2009, 06:41 AM
Funny line.... I'll be sure to get foreign citizenship before I go on the trip with the team too... a bunch of us are going so we'll be sure to cheer for all the other countries in the olympics too.

Funny story... since the LB team has 2 so cal kids of the 8 last year... Story goes: There is a recruit from South Bay this fall who is interested in LB... approaches one of the So Cal girls at a junior tourney (she's wstchin her younger sister)... says 'I am interested in LB but your coach only recruits int'l girls'

LB girl from South Bay looks at her dumbfounded... 'uh, I'm from same high school as you. and my teammmate is from anaheim'

Mallarky like Gouci and this fear of playing the best never seems to end. And UCI has had int'l girls, Cal Poly leads the world in whining about it and he has a couple.. etc...

:banghead:

TO BE THE BEST, YOU HAVE TO BEAT THE BEST

Or you have to be a US Citizen who says 'but I'm an American and my mommy promised I'd have a job'

gouci
Dec 31st, 2009, 06:20 PM
Maybe you can explain how such an annually low budget has won 6 years in a row?
Maybe it's time for the LBS head coach to cash in her 6 straight Big West Tournament titles to get a BCS coaching job before UCI wins 6 in a row?

Ex. The LBS coach had a better resume than the last coach Michigan hired who was the former FIU coach.

Is the LBS coach waiting for the UCI job to open up through retirement in about a dozen years? :lol: That would feel kind of awkward for us. :p

In a more serious note the LMU coach has probably been an AARP member for some years. He's close to early retirement with the quality of LMU teams lately. Maybe about 5 years away? And speaking of South Bay, LMU is the closest school to Long Beach St. distance wise so the LBS coach wouldn't even have to relocate. ;)

form
Dec 31st, 2009, 11:21 PM
UCI job would be interesting... certainly easier to recruit So Cal kids

Pretty widely known around LB that LBSU coach turned down an unexpected inquiry and offer for Big 10 job two summers ago... not relocating for family reasons (husband and child)

Given the downward budget situation at the UC's and CSU's... that LMU job may be a plumb if he does ever retire.

Did you know the CSULA job paid $90K this summer... with head coach and as asst turning it down before it was taken by ex Texas Tech coach. Now that is incredible money for a bad location.