ACC boasts a record revenue of $300M

Following in the footprints of the SEC and Big 12, the ACC recorded its own revenue gain for the 2013-14 college football season at $302M (+56M from ’12-13).

In terms of spreading out the finances, Miami, Boston College and Virginia Tech walked away with a lion’s share between $19.3M and $19.5M.

No Good News for Former ACC School, Maryland

UMD won’t see a penny of its reported $18M in revenue, since its conference relocation to the Big Ten. The ACC will absorb what the school made and further allocate that sum to the original chapters of the conference. And being the new guy in the B1G, the numbers the Terrapins generated in terms of revenue will be sliced — Maryland will see only a portion.

ACC Conference Summary
14 schools
103-78 (5-6 in bowl games)

Bowl Champions
FSU 34 AUB 31 (BCS title game)
CLEM 40 OSU 35 (Orange)
UNC 39 CINCY 17 (Belk Bowl)
CUSE 21 MINN 17 (Texas Bowl)
PITT 30 BG 27 (Little Caesar’s)

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