ACC revenue increased 30% in 2013-14

Friday June 12th, 2015

The Atlantic Coast Conference reported more than $300 million in revenue during 2013-14, reports

The ACC also paid its members schools $11 million in reimbursements for their participation in conference championship games.

Though the conference has not disclosed its revenue for 2014-15, the previous year marked the first in which it included 15 members.

The 14 full-time members in the conference received an average of $22.1 million and Notre Dame, a partial member, brought in $4.9 million.

According to CBSSports, the ACC's revenue increased 30 percent from 2012-13. The league received an influx of cash from a new television deal and its members' bowl games.

However, that figure still lagged behind the Pac-12 ($374 million), Big Ten ($338.9 million) and SEC ($325.9 million), the website reported.

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