USA Today put out a comprehensive list of how much revenue 228 athletic programs pulled in last year.
Are you curious about how Texas State did compared to others? Well, you’re in luck.
Texas State hauled in a revenue stream of $26.8 million in 2012, good enough for 84th in the nation. That number put the Bobcats second among teams in the Western Athletic Conference (New Mexico State fell in at 77th) and first in the Sun Belt Conference (their new league come July 1).
Nearly half of the Bobcats’ revenue came from student fees ($13 million).
Ticket sales amassed $682,454, compared to $509,629 from the previous calendar year. That amount was the largest since 2006, when the Bobcats sold $557,796 worth of game passes.