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The Big Ten paid its 11 longstanding members about $32.4 million each for the 2014-15 school year, the first year with Maryland and Rutgers as members,putting the conference onpar with Ryan Braun Jersey
the powerful SEC in terms of revenue, , which citedtax recordsitreceived from the Big Ten.MORE: | The Big Ten saw a 32 percent increasein revenue $110 million for 2014-15, to$448.8 million, compared to$527.4 million the SEC generated in the same period, leadingto a payout of $32.7 million for each of the SEC's 14universities.The two conference's revenue dwarfed per-member payouts bythe Pac-12($25.1 million) and Big 12 ($23.3 million). The ACC is the only Milwaukee Brewers Jersey
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.And asrich as the Big Ten is, it's about to get richer.It reportedly is closeto signing a six-year, $250 milliondeal with Fox Sports for half of its media rights.The other half of the conference's media rights will determine just how big the Big Ten's bank account will be particularly if longtime media partner in the bidding.Also of note from the 2014-15 tax records: Maryland ($24.1 million), Nebraska ($19.8 million) and Rutgers ($10.5 million), the Big Ten's three newest members, are, according to CBS Sports, "on different paths toward receiving full shares." Commi Matt Garza Jersey
sioner Jim Delany received $2.6 million in total compensation, down from nearly $3.4 million in 2013-14, when Delany received a $1 million bonus and was credited with $833,333 in deferred payment from previous years. The Big Ten listed net a sets of $63.7 million as of June 30, 2015, a jump from $ Corey Knebel Jersey
52.1 million the previous year.