NCAA: Where does the money go?
When NCAA president Mark Emmert was asked earlier this year why college sports' governing body didn't sponsor an Ultimate Frisbee championship, he suggested the NCAA didn't have a "tsunami of cash" at its disposal.
But an examination of the NCAA's 2010-11 operating budget suggests it at least has very deep pockets.
According to an NCAA budget released Feb. 15, the Indianapolis-based group expected to rake in $757 million through TV and marketing rights fees, championship ...
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