SEC Schools Share $596.9 Million

SEC Schools Share $596.9 Million

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SEC Schools Share $596.9 Million

The Southeastern Conference distributed nearly $596.9 million to its member schools for the 2016-17 fiscal year, with a payout of $40.9 million for each of the conference’s 14 institutions.

That’s a 1.2% increase from last year when the SEC handed out $584.2 million and an average of $40.4 million per member school.

The revenue comes from television contracts (including the SEC Network) bowl games, the College Football Playoff, the SEC football championship, SEC Men’s basketball tournament and the NCAA Tournament.

The SEC continues to lead all NCAA conferences in average revenue distribution to its member schools.

The Big Ten was second last season with an average of $34.8 million per school, followed by the Big 12 ($34.5M), Pac-12 ($24.7M) and ACC ($23.8M).

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