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Top College Football Teams by TV Ratings

1 Alabama 6,465,000 3.9 10 2 Texas A&M 5,263,900 3.3 10 3 Michigan 5,257,381 3.3 7 4 Ohio State 5,240,455 3.2 11 5 Auburn 5,216,500 3.2 10 6 Georgia 4,832,300 3.0 10 7 LSU 4,531,818 2.7 11 8 Missouri 3,991,500 2.4 8 9 Notre Dame 3,906,364 2.5 11 10 Michigan State 3,769,111 2.4 9 11 South Carolina 3,499,875 2.2 8 12 Florida 3,369,583 2.1 8 13 Nebraska 3,240,833 2.1 6 14 Florida State 3,232,417 2.0 12 15 Tennessee 3,082,630 2.0 9 16 Oklahoma 3,027,083 1.9 12 17 Clemson 2,970,417 1.8 10 18 Stanford 2,741,550 1.7 10 19 Oklahoma State 2,698,630 1.7 9 20 Northwestern 2,684,300 1.7 5 21 Wisconsin 2,671,278 1.7 9 22 Penn State 2,652,000 1.7 6 23 Mississippi State 2,607,429 1.6 7 24 Mississippi 2,536,750 1.5 8 25 Arkansas 2,485,000 1.5 6 26 Texas 2,408,778 1.5 9 27 Oregon 2,372,350 1.5 10 28 North Carolina 2,244,500 1.5 4 29 UCLA 2,235,650 1.4 10 30 USC 2,205,000 1.4 8


Licensing

Texas A&M has an uphill climb against the Longhorns, who have dominated collegiate licensing in the state, but recent trends show that the Aggies are enjoying a significant upward trajectory as members of the SEC. According to Jason Cook, Texas A&M was ranked 21st among Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) schools prior to moving to the SEC but finished the last fiscal year ranked 12th. Royalties jumped 27% in the six months following the SEC announcement, primarily due to the availability of SEC co-branded merchandise and an unconventional partnership with the SEC. For the most recent quarter, Texas A&M was #1 in royalty revenue growth among CLC schools and jumped to #8 in overall royalty revenue.

What's next?

The Aggies will continue to ride the SEC wave in the post-Johnny era. The conference gap is massive right now between the SEC and everyone else. There were twelve SEC teams ahead of the Longhorns in TV ratings for 2013. Ten SEC teams out-recruited the Longhorns for 2014 according to Rivals.com. Charlie Strong needs the Aggies to stumble and stumble badly if he wants to overcome conference inequality and put the Longhorns back on top in the state.

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UCLA at 29th and USC at 30th is interesting to me and unless I missed it; Miami not in the top 30?

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Dang,thought this was a Baylor thread.

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View PostA10Rebel, on 20 February 2014 - 11:07 AM, said:

UCLA at 29th and USC at 30th is interesting to me and unless I missed it; Miami not in the top 30?

Miami has no fans.

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Takes More than 2 years
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View PostGidnik, on 20 February 2014 - 12:12 PM, said:

Takes More than 2 years

F$U, Okie Lite, Michigan State, and Stanford all say you are correct.

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View PostGidnik, on 20 February 2014 - 12:12 PM, said:

Takes More than 2 years

If texass had the balls to play A&M we could find out just how long it takes....
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