BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - The Southeastern Conference announced Friday it will split 122 million dollars among its 12 member schools for the current fiscal year.
The revenue for the fiscal year ending August 31st is a record for the SEC and represents a five-point-one percent increase from the 116.1 million dollars a year earlier.
The revenue sharing includes money generated by television for football and basketball, the football championship game and the SEC and NCAA men's basketball tournaments.
The average amount distributed to each school was 10.17million dollars.
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