Men's Basketball

    Indiana Men's Basketball Ranked Among Top 3 Most Valuable Programs

    Go Hoosiers! Tom Crean
    Go Hoosiers!
    Tom Crean
    Go Hoosiers!

    April 3, 2012

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana men's basketball has been ranked among the top three most valuable programs according to The Wall Street Journal.

    The Hoosiers are ranked No. 3 with a value of $130.8 million, behind No. 1 Louisville ($211.5M) and No. 2 Kansas (146.0M). Indiana is the top-ranked Big Ten program among the list, ahead of No. 4 Ohio State ($120.3M), No. 10 Minnesota ($87.9M), No. 11 Wisconsin ($87.7M), No. 18 Purdue ($73.2M) and No. 20 Northwestern ($66.0M).

    The Big Ten's 12 schools have an average value of $68.3 million, leading all major conferences.

    The 20 Most Valuable Division I Men's College Basketball Programs:
    1. Louisville - $211.5M
    2. Kansas - 146.0
    3. Indiana - 130.8
    4. Ohio State - 120.3
    5. Arizona - 110.4
    6. North Carolina - 109.8
    7. Duke - 105.9
    8. Virginia - 97.6
    9. UNLV - 88.4
    10. Minnesota - 87.9
    11. Wisconsin - 87.7
    12. Wake Forest - 87.3
    13. Syracuse - 82.7
    14. Kansas State - 77.6
    15. Maryland - 77.1
    16. Kentucky - 73.7
    17. UCLA - 73.5
    18. Purdue - 73.2
    19. Missouri - 67.6
    20. Northwestern - 66.0

     

     

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