I don't think this is an apples to apples comparison. Notice that Big Ten schools are very poorly represented, probably because a much larger portion of their revenue comes from the conference with the BTN. Even within conferences the numbers are skewed. Texas at only $338k? Sure, because the majority of their revenue comes from the conference contract which is excluded.
Not bad considering we had two games with no TV whatsover, and a couple on FCS which we apparently don't get any revenue for.
The primary source of the dollars depicted likely comes from basketball broadcast revenues, including radio, digital rights, etc as well as some 3rd tier football TV revenues. Note that UNC and KU are at or near the top of the list with their basketball dollars. I would imagine that football radio revenues are also included. But I do agree with another poster that these revenues are probably not coming the exact same sources for each school.
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