Big Ten Conference Generated $759 Million In Revenue In 2018

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

The Big Ten raked in the money in 2018.

According to USA Today, the B1G generated $759 million in revenue last year. For comparison, the SEC only made $660 million in revenue in 2018.


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How much does it hurt, SEC fans? How much does it hurt? I’m really sorry your conference isn’t elite enough to earn the same amount of money as us up in the B1G.

You just hate to see it. You just hate to see the inferiority of the SEC on display for the entire nation. (RELATED: Alabama’s Non-Conference Football Schedule Of Duke, New Mexico State, Southern Miss And Western Carolina Is A Joke)

It’s just something I never get joy out of at all.

The SEC can talk all they want about their titles and such, but you just can’t fight the facts. The fact of the matter is the Big Ten runs this country when it comes to college sports. We consume the largest portion of this country, and we have the most fans. We’re where the money is at.

If that weren’t the case, we wouldn’t be rolling around in cash. We wouldn’t be sleeping on beds of $100 bills, but we are. What a sad life to be living!

I’m sure the SEC wants to catch the B1G, and I want to marry a model. The only difference is that I actually have a shot at getting the job done.

Go ahead and rip me, SEC fans. Your delusion is the fire that gets me out of bed in the morning.

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