Which program is the most valuable in all of college football?


Texas A&M surpasses Texas, who was the top-ranked program last year.

According to filings made to the NCAA and the Department of Education, Texas A&M took in an average of $148 million in revenue, along with $107 million in profit from 2014-16, topping Texas, who took in $133 million, while enjoying $87 million in profit.

LSU, who took in an average of $112 million last year, is tied for seventh, along with Notre Dame and Auburn.

The top 25 most valuable football programs in the nation, ranked by total football revenue, is below:

1. Texas A&M — $148 million
2. Texas — $133 million
3. Michigan — $127 million
3. Alabama — $127 million
5. Ohio St. — $120 million
6. Oklahoma — $118 million
7. Notre Dame — $112 million
7. Auburn — $112 million
7. LSU — $112 million
10. Florida — $111 million
11. Tennessee — $108 million
12. Oregon — $92 million
12. Arkansas — $92 million
12. Penn St. — $92 million
15. South Carolina — $90 million
16. Georgia — $89 million
17. Florida St. — $88 million
18. USC — $87 million
19. Washington — $84 million
20. Nebraska — $83 million
21. Ole Miss — $80 million
22. Michigan St. — $80 million
23. Iowa — $79 million
24. Wisconsin — $78 million
25. Texas Tech — $60 million