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Media Rights, Pac-12 Distributions Bump Arizona State Revenue To Record Number

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 02 / 17 / 17

Arizona State's athletic department revenue "took another jump to a record" $94.6M for FY '16, creating a $5.5M surplus in its annual operating budget, according to Jeff Metcalfe of the ARIZONA REPUBLIC. ASU revenue increased 12.1%, up from $84.4M for FY '15, while expenses rose 6.2% from $83.8...

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