Or what Ryon? Are you going to hold your breath until your face turns blue?
Let’s do some comparisons:
Texas A&M continues to be among the haves when it comes when it comes to money as the Aggies ranked second nationally (UT is 1st) in total revenues with $212,399,426 and it was the second straight year that the Aggies had gone over the $200 million mark. Along with Ohio State and Texas, A&M was one of only three departments to generate over $200 million in revenues. This figure was broken out as follows:
Ticket sales - $44,386,788
Contributions - $94,175,383 (more than the UH entire atletic budget)
Television rights/licensing - $63,557,801
Other - $10,279,454
Texas A&M’s annual average profits from college football were $94 million, tops in the nation.
Jimbo Fisher is paid $7,500,000.00 per year.
UH is at a tremendous financial disadvantage, yet some of our fans expect us to beat out the P5 big boys for talent. Get real folks.