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Important Question

Discussion in 'Buckeye Football' started by varns, Mar 30, 2005.

  1. varns

    varns Newbie

    Hi,

    I'm new to this forum and i know this isnt exactly a football question so sorry.

    I am doing research and I need to find out if Ohio State's Athletic Program had a net loss or net gain for last years budget. If anyone could help me find out if the athletic department made or lost money and by how much either way it would help me out a lot. Thanks. Go Bucks!
     
  2. scooter1369

    scooter1369 HTTR Forever.

    google.. its all a matter of public record. Its a state institution.
     
  3. sandgk

    sandgk Watson, Crick & A Twist

    agreed scooter -- and just to make things easy on all of us the source data is in the rpia node at osu.edu

    Here is the latest report -- pdf format go to page 89 of 94 for the Athletic Department budget. I think we might prescribe this for insomnia.

    Oh yes varns, they do make money even after significant (though reducing) debt service and underwriting all the sports for which there is less support and hence a negative cash picture.
     
  4. CleveBucks

    CleveBucks Serenity now

    http://ope.ed.gov/athletics/Search.asp

    That site has revenues and expenses for every athletic dept. in the country.

    For the fiscal year 7/1/2003-6/30/2004, OSU's revenues were $103.8 million with expenses of $90.1 million.
     

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