Expedited expansion: BYU, Cincinnati, Houston, UCF ‘ready’ to make jump to Big 12 in 2023

“Mohajir said his university will now make around $18 million in 2023 and $19 million in 2024. Whereas in the 2020-2021 fiscal year, UCF received only $7.96 million in annual revenue payout from the AAC, Cincinnati earned $9.44 million, Houston raked in $8.52 million.

“Meanwhile, the Big 12 dispersed approximately $35 million to each of its members during that time, and that number increased to over $42 million for the 2021-2022 fiscal year. Cincinnati, Houston and UCF will not earn full revenue until new TV and media rights are negotiated in 2025, but the near $20 million payout in the meantime represents enormous growth…”

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“All four have had national success – Cincinnati’s College Football Playoff appearance last year, BYU’s 1984 football national title, Houston’s 2021 men’s basketball Final Four, UCF’s 2017 *national title.”

SAY IT YOU COWARD

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UH is always doing more with less, unlike some schools doing less with more.

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That’s actually the case with all four of the new schools. They have all been doing more with less.

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