Football Season is Back

Saturdays and Sundays finally feel right again.

Stefon Walters


September 3, 2019

For the vast majority of college football fans, their school's season began this past Saturday. A lot of soon-to-be-mid-level-office-managers put their bodies on the line for the sake of our entertainment; how thoughtful of those young men. Despite not paying the players (that's a whole 'nother story), college football is big business.

Last year, the top 20 programs made $925 million in profits. Texas brought in the most money with $92 million (thanks to their TV rights), followed by Tennessee at $70 million, and LSU at $58 million. South Carolina #20 on the list with profits of $28 million. The biggest surprise? Clemson isn't on the list.

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