Following the Money in the NCAA

Posted on March 11, 2017. Filed under: Basketball, NCAA Sports, Sports Business | Tags: , , |

Following the Money in the NCAA

March 14, 2017

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It’s March and that means March Madness – the time of year when sports fanatics become passionate experts in college basketball for about three weeks. Last year the men’s National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament attracted 11.3 million viewers, 8% more than in 2014 and the highest viewership in 22 years.

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NOTE: According to Huffington Post, NCAA just missed $1 billion

The NCAA Just Misses $1 Billion In Annual Revenue – WOW!!! And that’s all for a non-profit wink wink… The NCAA pulled in $989 million in its 2014 fiscal year, according to an audited financial statement cited by USA Today on Wednesday. Since the association had $908.6 million in expenses, it ended up with a nearly $80.5 million surplus for the year.

march-madness Read more: How Much Does the NCAA Make off March Madness?

Nonetheless, this years tournament seems wide open… NO major favorite…. it should be a fun, fast two weeks of action…. who do you have winning it all? See ya in Phoenix!

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