SEC teams were well represented in the latest annual survey of finances in college athletics.

USATODAY on Monday released the list and it noted that Texas A&M is second in the country with a revenue of $212.3 million. With revenue of $177.5 million, Alabama is No. 5 in the list published Monday. Georgia was sixth $176.6 million.

Texas remains No. 1 with $219.4 million coming into the department followed by Texas A&M at $212.4 million.

The SEC had four of the top 10 revenue-producing programs with No. 10 Florida at $161.1 million and Auburn was No. 12 at $147.6 million.

In terms of spending, the SEC list begins with Alabama, Texas A&M, Tennessee, Florida, Auburn and LSU.

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