Special Report

Most Valuable College Football Teams

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5. Ohio State
> Avg. annual revenue (2015-2017): $132 million
> Avg. annual profit (2015-2017): $75 million
> Conference: Big Ten
> National championships claimed: 8
> All-time record: 828-261-36

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4. Alabama
> Avg. annual revenue (2015-2017): $134 million
> Avg. annual profit (2015-2017): $61 million
> Conference: SEC
> National championships claimed: 15
> All-time record: 948-306-42

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3. Michigan
> Avg. annual revenue (2015-2017): $139 million
> Avg. annual profit (2015-2017): $83 million
> Conference: Big Ten
> National championships claimed: 9
> All-time record: 944-342-35

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2. Texas
> Avg. annual revenue (2015-2017): $147 million
> Avg. annual profit (2015-2017): $92 million
> Conference: Big 12
> National championships claimed: 4
> All-time record: 876-370-32

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1. Texas A&M
> Avg. annual revenue (2015-2017): $147 million
> Avg. annual profit (2015-2017): $94 million
> Conference: SEC
> National championships claimed: 2
> All-time record: 740-476-44

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