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Major public college football programs could lose billions in revenue if no season is played

Quick math on college football revenue for Power Five schools:
1) 
Schools – 65
2) 
Revenue from football – $4.1B
3) 
Revenue/school – $63M
4) 
Average athletic department budget – $115M
5) 
Share of total athletic department revenue – ≈ 55%

Source of revenue for Power Five athletic departments, according to Axios:
1) 
Media rights – 34%
2) 
Ticket revenue – 20%
3) 
Government/Institution – 5%
4) 
Student fees – 2%
5) 
Other (licensing, etc.) – 39%

Local impact: The Tuscaloosa area generates $20M in revenue from each Alabama home game!

Three scenarios for college football, according to Chris Fowler:
1) 
The season starts on time (unlikely)
2) Shortened season with a late start
3) Full season moved to spring

Video #1: Chris Fowler on Instagram

Video #2: The credibility of college football hangs in balance if played with no fans

More #1: How to play a college football season during the winter

More #2: Commissioners tell VP Mike Pence college sports won’t be back until students return to campus

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