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01/11/2016 at 6:29 PM #96747StateFansKeymaster
IPTAY used to stand for, “It’s Probation Time Again, Y’all”. As we await the kickoff to our ACC brethren’s attempt to claim their second national cham
[See the full post at: IPTAY helps lead Tigers resurgence]01/11/2016 at 6:33 PM #96750mak4dpakParticipant
Football news for State, as DD has hired the Boise State OC. Sounds like great news. No more predictable offense, we have come accustomed to. Perhaps a new blog on this news would be appropriate. Would love to hear more.01/12/2016 at 8:08 AM #96771
How does the 15,000 members, 700 volunteers, $60 mil, and $25.5 mil compare to the other top schools in the ACC and also us haha? I’m just trying to get perspective.01/12/2016 at 8:16 PM #96798
Big gulps huh?01/13/2016 at 11:38 AM #96817DC_wolfParticipant
Teufel, I don’t have the donor $$ but I have total athletic dept. revenues as of 2014 from a Washington Post analysis this past December (sorry, I don’t have a link just the hard copy):
1. Florida State – $96.8 million
2. N. Carolina – $76.5
3. Virginia – $70.5
4. Clemson – $70.4
8. NCSU – $63.7
9. Pitt – $62.8
*Public Univ. only, private don’t have to report
These #s don’t equate to total donor contributions – that’s a whole different bucket of discretionary money. Don’t have time to search for the athletic donor #s but I remember seeing figures put out by the WPC (more than once) that had Clemson far & away the leader by total dollar contribution w/ FSU a distant 2nd.01/14/2016 at 12:23 AM #96943
Interesting. Obviously a direct correlation between money and W/L. Not that it’s all that shocking. But good to see proof. I wonder what other schools have taken the “wide” approach that Clemson has and what the median donation is per year.
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