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  • #76
    Originally posted by crashandannie View Post

    The other thing Herb has said is that people don’t realize FCS is just for football, for all other sports the Blazers would be competing with the big boys (Georgia, Florida, Florida State, etc) for championships and other honors.
    Very true. That scares some fans but excites recruits. While many of those matchups are money game losses to pad the budget, there are times when the big boys go down. ACU took town Texas in March Madness this past season in what is likely the greatest feat in their athletic department history. Jax State knocked off Florida State Football in Tallahassee on a Hail Mary a few months back. Huge moments for those programs.

    That said, getting slammed by 30 by Gonzaga isn't really much fun for the opposing team past the first half. LOL.
    Go GSC and Roar LIONS!!

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    • #77
      Originally posted by UNALions View Post
      . They also reported revenue of $7,748,920 for a profit of $418,448.

      Via this link, which is what that site I shared used to reference their figures.

      https://ope.ed.gov/athletics/#/institution/details
      I don’t understand how VSU could generate revenues of $7,748,920 ??

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      • #78
        Originally posted by Larold View Post

        "Quite a way from being competitive" is very kind.

        I wonder if somewhwere in this "Blazers getting on board" there isn;t a tiny, tiny smidgin of misery loving company.
        "Risky Shift Phenomenon"

        Happens all the time when a school reclassifies or is thinking about reclassification.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by Wide_Right View Post

          I don’t understand how VSU could generate revenues of $7,748,920 ??
          It's all accounting crap. There isn't that much revenue - at least in the way in which revenue is typically understood.

          The $7million figure mentioned includes scholarships, coach salaries, etc. Most small colleges end up reporting the exact same dollar value for revenue as expenses.

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          • #80
            It's certainly wild the amounts reported each year. These numbers are from 2019-20 but I did omit Jacksonville's football budget since they have discontinued that program.

            Athletic Budget (Football Budget)

            Alabama $166.8 million ($70M; Revenue $94M) – FBS P5
            Liberty $50 million ($16.4M) – ASUN/FBS/CUSA 2023
            NDSU $27.4 million ($6M) – FCS Champ
            KSU $22.6 million ($5.4M) – ASUN/Big South Football Champ/FCS Playoffs
            Stetson $20.3 million ($1.9M) – ASUN
            Jacksonville $18.5 million (no football) - ASUN
            Jax State $16 million ($5.1M) – ASUN/CUSA 2023
            EKU $16 million ($4.2M) - ASUN
            APSU $14.7 million ($4.9M) – ASUN 2022
            FGCU $14.3 million (no football) - ASUN
            Tenn Tech $13.8 million ($3.3M) - OVC
            UCA $13.6 million ($3.1M) - ASUN
            North FL $13 million (no football) - ASUN
            UNA $11.3 million ($2.75M) - ASUN/D2 Transition Year 4
            UWF $10.9 million ($2M) – GSC/2019 D2 Football Champ
            Bellarmine $8.5 million (no football) - ASUN/D2 Transition Year 2
            Valdosta State $8 million ($1.5M) – GSC/2018 D2 Football Champ/2021 Runner-up
            West GA $7.85 million ($1.75M) – GSC/D2 Playoffs

            Go GSC and Roar LIONS!!

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            • #81
              VSU new OL coach from Colorado Mesa: Mike Berela.

              #BlazerNation

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              • #82
                So we still don’t have an offensive coordinator?!

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Wide_Right View Post
                  So we still don’t have an offensive coordinator?!
                  It might be this guy.

                  #BlazerNation

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                  • #84
                    He was the Co-Offensive Coordinator / Offensive Line coach at Mesa. I read on CMU site that he was bringing pretty much everyone with him. I'm not sure if that is true.

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