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Conference realignments and mammoth television deals have been portrayed as ways for universities to pay for major athletic programs. But an analysis released by USA Today Sunday afternoon shows that revenue gains are outpaced by increased spending. During 2015, total revenue for the 50 public universities in the Power Five conferences increased by $304 million. But the analysis found that spending increased by $332 million.

 

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April 18, 2016
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Big-Time Athletics Spending Growth Outpaces Revenue Growth

Conference realignments and mammoth television deals have been portrayed as ways for universities to pay for major athletic programs. But an analysis released by USA Today […]
November 19, 2015
Eastern Michigan University

Chapter Meeting November 24th, Halle Library 12pm

Join us for our upcoming chapter meeting next Tuesday, November 24th at noon in 300 Halle.   Chapter Meeting Agenda Meeting #2: Fall 2015 Tuesday, November […]
November 5, 2015
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Student Government expresses frustration over Free Tuition Toss

By Mona Beydoun | 12 hours ago Steven Cole, Student Government president, released a statement expressing his frustration with the Free Tuition Toss competition Oct. 30. […]
November 5, 2015
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Howard Bunsis and Judith Kullberg on The Mark Maynard Show

Hear the full interview¬†here. Then, at the 55-mintute mark, we invited in Judith Kullberg from the EMU Faculty Senate and Howard Bunsis from the EMU chapter […]