Top 10 College Football's Most Valuable Programs 2019


The nation’s top 10 college football most valuable programs rely mainly on three financial lifelines: broadcast deals, fans and donors. Here is the top 10 most valuable college football programs in 2019.


1 | Texas A&M (SEC)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $147M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $94M

2 | Texas (Big 12)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $147M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $92M

3 | Michigan (Big Ten)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $139M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $83M

4 | Alabama (SEC)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $134M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $61M

5 | Ohio State (Big Ten)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $132M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $75M

6 | Oklahoma (Big 12)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $129M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $81M

7 | Georgia (SEC)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $125M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $74M

8 | Notre Dame (Independent)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $120M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $76M

9 | Florida (SEC)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $117M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $69M

10 | Auburn (SEC)

Three-Year Avg. Revenue: $117M

Three-Year Avg. Profit: $65M


This list of college football’s most valuable 2019 teams is ranked by average football revenue across the 2015, 2016 and 2017 seasons which are the three most recent for which financial data is available.



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