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I think that you'll find NH legislators to be a big bargain too. They get paid $100/year and free trips through the toll booths. The latter perk may be worth a lot more than the $100/year for some legislators.
These are public universities of which the main revenue sources are state funding and tuition.
I agree and what do you think are the media salary of the football coaches at public universities?
You basically know Saban’s record on the field: 68-13 since arriving in Tuscaloosa in 2007, with three national titles. The athletic department money has followed suit: 2012 produced revenue of $124.5 million and profit of $19.4 million, according to data from USA Today, up from $67.7 million in revenue and $7.1 million in profit in 2007. Football accounts for about two-thirds of all revenue and $45 million in profit, while the school’s other sports teams collectively lose money.
Add it all up – more students from outside Alabama paying ever-increasing premium tuition bills – and the school realized $50 million more in out-of-state tuition revenue for last fall’s incoming class than it did for the same class in 2007 ($76 million vs. $26 million).