'These revenues include generated revenue (such as proceeds from ticket sales and sponsorships) and allocated revenue (such as tuition waivers, money from student fees and direct institutional support.)'
As the blog post pointed out, you'll find that there are good reasons why you see stadium expansions every year and you'll find that it's clearly, clearly in your best interest to be part of the BCS. I believe that TCU was the highest non-BCS school in the chart - at 57th with over $43,000,000 in revenue.
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|2nd||Ohio State||$117,953,712||Big Ten|
|6th||Penn State||$91,570,233||Big Ten|
|10th||Oklahoma State||$88,554,438||Big 12|
|12th||Louisiana State||$84,183,362||Southeastern Conference|
|16th||Michigan State||$77,738,746||Big Ten|
|19th||University of Southern California||$76,409,919||Pac-10|