Database showing every SEC athletic department’s 2013 finances

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Seven SEC athletic departments are ranked in the top 16 in 2013 total revenue, according to USA Today’s database. Five SEC schools hauled in over $100 million, and 10 SEC schools finished ranked in the top 25 in total revenue.

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Texas recorded the country’s top revenue at $165.7 million, and Alabama finished as the SEC’s top revenue producer in 2013, bringing in $143.8 million, good for third nationally. Alabama, Florida, LSU and Tennessee all finished in the top 10 in the country.

Here’s a look at every SEC team’s total revenue and expenses for 2013 and how that stacks up nationally. For more, head over to USA Today and check out the database:

*Vanderbilt’s finances weren’t included due to it being a private institution.

SEC RANK Nat’l Rank SCHOOL TOTAL REVENUE TOTAL EXPENSES
1 3 Alabama $143,776,550 $116,607,913
2 6 Florida $130,011,244 $106,972,983
3 8 LSU $117,457,398 $105,312,018
4 10 Tennessee $111,579,779 $110,269,194
5 13 Auburn $103,680,609 $103,126,413
6 14 Arkansas $99,770,840 $92,131,933
7 16 Georgia $98,120,889 $96,904,626
8 19 Kentucky $95,720,724 $93,423,628
9 21 Texas A&M $93,957,906 $85,114,588
10 25 South Carolina $90,484,422 $89,097,412
11 35 Missouri $76,306,889 $70,276,015
12 36 Mississippi $73,390,050 $71,315,807
13 49 Mississippi State $62,764,025 $57,362,224

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  • I predict A&M will pass Auburn next year and possibly pass UT. They will increase stadium capacity from 86K to 106K next year. I believe they also get some additional revenue for renewing the Arkansas game in Dallas Cowboys stadium.

  • Revenue is interesting, but each program’s profit margin is where the measure should lie. A&M jumps from 9th to 4th on their margin and Auburn falls from 5th to dead last, barely in the black.