No surprise here, the football programs of the Southeastern Conference continue to rack in incredible levels of revenue.

According to the gross revenue numbers releases from the latest fiscal year, which spans July 1, 2018, until June 30, 2019, the SEC had three programs rank inside the top 10 nationally for revenue and nine in the top 25.

That’s according to records from the U.S. Department of Education, which were recently obtained by PennLive.com.

Here’s a complete breakdown of the revenue earned by all 14 SEC programs during that span, including where each program ranks nationally in terms of revenue for the latest fiscal year.

SEC revenue figures

School
Revenue
SEC Rank
National Rank
Georgia
$123.1 million
#1
#2
Auburn
$95.2 million
#2
#7
Alabama
$94.6 million
#3
#9
LSU
$92 million
#4
#11
Tennessee
$91 million
#5
#12
Florida
$84.8 million
#6
#14
Arkansas
$76.5 million
#7
#17
Texas A&M
$73.5 million
#8
#19
South Carolina
$65 million
#9
#23
Ole Miss
$48.2 million
#10
#37
Kentucky
$41.4 million
#11
#49
Missouri
$38.5 million
#12
#55
Mississippi State
$38 million
#13
#57
Vanderbilt
$32.1 million
#14
#62