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The SEC is paying out $40.9 million per school, and the Big Ten could pass it soon

The Big Ten is coming, thanks to recent TV deals. The SEC generated approximately $596.9 million in total revenue in the fiscal year for 2016-17, which ended on Aug. 31, the conference said Thursday. Most of that is money from the conference’s standard channels like TV deals, ticket sales, and the College Football Playoff. About $23 million is bowl game money that universities retained for themselves to pay expenses associated with those bowl games.
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