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Google Buckeyes' Status as CFB's Most Valuable Program Proves Urban Meyer's Underpaid - Bleacher...

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  1. Buckeyes' Status as CFB's Most Valuable Program Proves Urban Meyer's Underpaid - Bleacher Report
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    Buckeyes' Status as CFB's Most Valuable Program Proves Urban Meyer's Underpaid
    Bleacher Report
    Just hours before Alabama took the field at University of Phoenix Stadium, the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Beaton named the Buckeyes college football's most valuable program for the second consecutive season. According to Ryan Brewer (via Beaton), ...
    Ohio State has the country's most-valuable football programDayton Business Journal (blog)
    Ohio State still most valuable football program, valued at $946.6 millionSports Illustrated
    Ohio State Football: Named Most Valuable ProgramFactory Of Sadness

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    Ohio State’s new Nike deal surpasses that of Texas, Michigan

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    In June of last year, Michigan signed what was trumpeted as the richest shoe and apparel deal in college sports. Four months later, Texas trumped that.

    Three months after that? Ohio State is the current Nike king of the money pile.

    In a press release, OSU announced that it has agreed to a new, 15-year deal with Nike. While the school didn’t reveal the financial particulars, the Wall Street Journal did: the new deal, which replaces the old deal that wasn’t set to expire until 2018, includes $112 million in Nike product and at least $103 million in cash, which the business website notes does not include “royalty income.”

    Entire article: http://collegefootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/01/14/ohio-states-new-nike-deal-surpasses-that-of-texas-michigan/
     
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